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Illegal To Be Busty?[VIDEO REPORT] Voluptuous Woman[PHOTOS] KIcked Out Of Water Park In Missouri For Showing Skin In Her Bikini

By Staff Writer | July 08, 2013 01:23 PM EDT

Busty Woman Kicked Out Of "Family Friendly" Water Park
(Photo : youtube screen shot)

 

A woman at a water park in Missouri was kicked out because she was told she was  to busty. Missouri Oasis kicked out the 43-year-old woman after she was told to cover up.

The woman, Madelyn Sheaffer, was enjoying a day with family at the water park when two teenages employees told her she need to cover up the bottom of the bikini, claiming it was too small. Waterpark officials then told the woman she also needed to cover up her top because she was too "busty."

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Sheaffer had just lost 100 pounds and is proud of her new figure. The attack at the water park make her uncomfortable.  Sheaffer asked the park's supervisor to call police so that she could report the situation. When police arrived, she was escorted out and allowed to file a complaint.

Sheaffer turned to local NBC affiliate KSHB to tell her story, claiming that she was a victim of "age and body discrimination."

"I felt like I could look around me and I could see a handful of other girls half my age, wearing the same size swimming suit," Sheaffer told KSGB. "[They were] not being singled out and told to put on clothes or leave."

Do you think it's ok to throw out a woman for being too "busty?"

 

 

 

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