MI woman kicked out of mall over outfit lights up social media

Bruno Cirelli
Giugno 14, 2017

A MI mall released an apology after a woman was asked to leave because of her "inappropriate dress" of a "Finding Nemo" tank top and shorts.

In a weird incident, a stranger took such grave offense to a woman's standard hot weather wardrobe that the individual asked mall security to kick her out.

Shocked and upset, Pewee immediately posted about the incident on Facebook, including a picture of her outfit and describing the series of upsetting events.

Wrote the woman underneath the photo on Facebook: 'As many of you know, it is NINETY degrees outside today in West Michigan.

Pewee said she and her sister visited Woodland Mall on Saturday dressed for the weather.

'Yup. Apparently some anonymous person reported me to MALL SECURITY for inappropriate dress and I was kicked out. I am so angry right now I'm shaking. "I felt so embarrassed I nearly cried", she said.

"I've never had anyone complain about the way I dress or say that it was wrong somehow, so I didn't really know what to do".

"It's my body, and it's hot outside!" "Slut-shaming how girls are dressed is deplorable and outdated, and it needs to stop".

Pewee toldwoodtv that she'd already been shopping for several hours with her sister when security approached her at Starbucks.

In an interview with a local news station Pewee said, "We ordered our drinks [at Starbucks] and we were just standing in that area where you wait for them to be delivered and one of the security guards came up to me and said, 'Miss, can we talk to you for a second?'" she said.

'I was like, "okay". Especially with summer coming around, there's going to be a lot of girls like me, going to the mall and not knowing their breaking some secret dress code. "But after I left, I was like, 'I don't feel like I should have been treated like that, '" which is why she chose to share her story on social media.

The mall referred Fox News to this apology that was posted: "We have apologized to Hannah and we apologize to our community".

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