I got dress-coded at a mall for my 'inappropriate' outfit – a cop escorted me out & said I was showing too much cleavage | The Sun
A 20-YEAR-OLD shopper has shared the outfit that got her dress-coded inside a mall.
She said she was personally escorted out of the establishment by a cop who told her that her outfit was too revealing.
Jay (@badbratjay), a medical assistant, shared the experience with her TikTok followers.
She explained that she was minding her own business at the local mall when she was shamed for her outfit.
"To the Spotsylvania Mall in Fredericksburg, Virginia that escorted me out because they said my outfit was too inappropriate…" she began.
Jay was shocked that she was escorted out and believed that she was much too old to have been shown that kind of treatment.
"I'm 20 years old and a female mall cop escorted me out because they said that I was showing too much cleavage and because the mall is private property so I'm not allowed to dress like this," she said.
She chose a hand gesture that adequately signaled her anger and frustration at the situation.
In response, she danced and shook her hips in a purple one-piece romper, showing off the gesture and some groovy moves.
At the end of the day, Jay didn't take it too personally: "I guess they couldn't handle a bad b***h in their mall," she joked.
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People agreed what happened to her was wrong and comforted her.
"Excuse me, since WHEN we gotta worry about our clothes being 'too much' this ain’t school," said one outraged commenter.
Others thought the cop had a different reason for kicking her out: "She just jealous you look good and not even showing nothing."
"There’s nothing wrong with your outfit, they just hating," said a third.
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