Woman refused entry to Six Flags for wearing T-shirt
When Bina Ramesh went to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ, she didn't expect to be asked to leave for her outfit.
The 22-year-old, who was celebrating her birthday, entered the park with no problem at first.
When she tried to re-enter after making a quick trip to her car, a male security guard said she needed to replace her "inappropriate" shirt.
She posted on Facebook about the incident and shared a photo of the shirt that got her into trouble before there had been any fuss about it.
The gray v-neck and blue bralette were not a problem when she was admitted to the park earlier in the day by a female security guard.
"How could I have been let in earlier that day by a female guard?," she told Seventeen in an interview. "Now suddenly the rules have changed when there's a male guard paying closer attention to my cleavage?"
She eventually gave into the male security guard's wishes and returned to the parking lot to switch shirts with her male friend, pictured above.
The security guard let them in without batting an eye.
Ramesh shared a photo of the swapped shirts on Facebook:
Six Flags issued a statement to Seventeen, apologizing for any inconvenience.
"Similar to many public venues, we strive to maintain a family-friendly environment," the statement said.
Ramesh alleged that as she argued with the security guard, they noted a man entering the park with his nipples exposed.
When they asked the guard why he could enter and she could not, he said it's because "he's a boy and doesn't have boobs."
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