Miss Bristol, Amy Willerton, quit the £12,700 Miss Asia Pacific World contest after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by the organizers in South Korea.

The 19-year-old girl said her whole experience was dreadful as she had only one meal per day and the hotel did not even provide her with a bed.

"It was absolutely horrendous. I had two of the organizers sexually assault me - one tried to pull my top down. When we posed with sponsors they also tried to stick a hand somewhere inappropriate. Girls were pulled aside and told they knew what they had to do if they wanted to win - we all knew they meant sex," said Willerton.

She even approached the police but the organizer officials bribed them. "I was petrified but more than anything I thought I had to get control of the situation and just get out of there," she added.

Willerton said she was contacted by the organizers of Miss Asia Pacific World online and signed a contract assuring her that all expenses would be paid. But as soon as she landed in Seoul the organizers refused to pay for her £600 flight as promised.

She was further horrified to discover her hotel room did not even have a bed. "There was just a blanket on the floor. I put up with it for two nights but then complained and they moved me to another hotel. The next thing I knew we weren't being fed - they only gave us one meal per day. They would say things like, 'We cannot give you lunch because we haven't been paid for it,'" said Willerton.

After three days in Seoul, the 50 contestants were taken to the city of Daegu for the next stage of the competition. The reigning Miss Wales decided to quit and leave for Bristol when a competitor won the round without even entering the competition.

Meanwhile, the organisers of the event remained unavailable for comment.