Mia Khalifas time travel regret as the right era comes with one major issue

Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa has said she was 'born in the wrong era', but her coveted 70s lifestyle comes with major pitfalls.

The 30-year-old has been treating her millions of adoring Instagram fans once again, this time taking a spin in an old Mercedes Benz with her own sultry spin on things.

However, despite opining for a chic seventies lifestyle, the socially-conscious OnlyFans creator did point out that women weren't exactly equal in her decade of choice.

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"Was gonna say 'I was born in the wrong era,' but this car is from 1970 and women weren’t allowed to have bank accounts until 1974," she wrote.

In her carousel of eye-popping images and clips, she shows off her cowboy boots and even lounges on the bonnet, wearing not much at all, as she enjoys the heat in Calistoga, California.

It comes after she showed her fans what she really thinks of England.

On Wednesday (May 24) she took to her Instagram story to repost a meme. The caption she added read: "This is what England looks like to me btw."

The meme read: "Therapist: 'You said you were disappointed with life and how the world operates. What were your expectations?"

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In response, it says "Me," accompanied by a picture from a children's book portraying an idyllic countryside town where the residents are all different animals.

The image is from a book by American children's author and illustrator Richard Scarry.

Scarry published more than 300 books but is most known for the Best Ever series – which the picture from the meme appears to be from.

The series is primarily set in the fictional town of Busytown, populated by friendly anthropomorphic animals including Huckle Cat, Lowly Worm, Mr Frumble, Police Sergeant Murphy, Mr Fixit, Bananas Gorilla and Hilda Hippo.

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