Advocate for girls' education, Malala Yousafzai has been trolled for wearing jeans and heeled boots during her first week at Oxford University.
The Nobel laureate was criticised after she was seen in an unverified photo, published in Pakistan media, apparently swapping the traditional attire she's known to wear for skinny jeans, ankle high boots and a bomber jacket.
The image was shared on the Facebook page of Pakistani forum Siasat.pk on Saturday and Pakistanis insulted her, including some who compared her to porn star Mia Khalifa.
Yaseen Khan wrote: "She is the player of American game. I feel very embarrassed to say that she is Pakistani."
And UxMan MaAn wrote: "Next Mia Khalifa."
While Shaiq Sirajuddin Shah wrote: "It's not particularly important for men but WOMEN SHOULDN'T wear those tight jeans because they get exposed."
"Islam prohibits such nonsense," Ali Kirmani wrote.
One message read: "That was the reason the bullet directly targeted her head long time ago."
Another person decided the remove Malala from the photo.
The 20-year-old narrowly avoided death in 2012 after being shot in the head by the Pakistani Taliban for her outspoken campaigning over girls' rights to an education. She went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her global campaigning work and a place at the Russell Group university, where she is studying philosophy, politics and economics.
In the image which led to her being abused, Malala still had her 'duppata' on her head as she has done since she arrived in Britain five years ago. She was also well covered from head to toe with no skin showing but the Pakistani were upset because of the jeans which they say is not an acceptable clothing for women.
However, some people supported Malala's choice of outfit and hit back at the critics.
Huraira wrote on Twitter: "Malala wears basic Western attire & moral police come out. Let a girl breatheee. How many tell a guy to stick to cultural wear? Btw its Fall."
Imaan Mazari-Hazir wrote: "More people lost their minds over Malala wearing jeans than when she got shot. Our priorities demonstrate why we are our own worst enemy."
Another fan Arsalan Ahmed Jaraal of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, near the Pakistan border with Afghanistan, said on Twitter: "What Malala wore in UK, is pretty common in Pakistan as well. Stop creating a fuss about it. Let others live their life, at least for once."
BBC presenter Anita Anand, who presents Radio 4's Any Answers? told MailOnline: "Malala can wear whatever she likes as far as I'm concerned. The baying criticism is coming from the most regressive quarters, and I doubt she could do anything to please them. I sincerely hope she never tries. All of my Pakistani friends agree with that sentiment. She is a heroine and a role model. Her insistence on an education has taken her to one of the finest learning establishments in the world. She refused to be deterred even though extremists tried to shoot her into line."
Malala herself has stayed out of the argument, instead tweeting about her new book Malala's Magic Pencil - her first picture book, inspired by her own childhood. Malala has declared that one day she would like to lead her country as Prime Minister.