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Woman told to cover her face at theme park after being told ‘big breasts make people uncomfortable’

One MODEL said she was asked to cover up at an amusement park for wearing a crop top after being told that “big breasts make people uncomfortable”.

Whitney Paige Venable, 26, from Florida, USA, visited Universal Studios in Orlando and said she was shocked by the way the staff treated her.

Whitney Paige Venable Was Told About Her Top Change

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Whitney Paige Venable Was Told About Her Top ChangeCredit: Jam Press
The 26-year-old said she felt'discriminated'

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The 26-year-old said she felt ‘discriminated’Credit: Jam Press

The model claims that a staff member informed her that she would have to cover her breasts if she wanted to be allowed into the park.

Whitney wore a white crop top and mint green shorts but said many other women wore similar outfits.

“I feel humiliated and embarrassed,” said Whitney, who has 1.6 million followers on Instagram.

“I was told I had to change to get in. I think it’s because I have naturally large breasts and that makes people uncomfortable but as far as I know my clothes are not illegal.

“I feel like I’m being discriminated against because of the size of my breasts. I notice people staring and I feel really embarrassed. It’s humiliating.”

The incident happened in 2021 but only came to light this week.

In one video, Whitney may be on her way to Universal Studios with a friend, with the couple looking very excited for their day out.

Moments later, their cheery mood was shattered when a second video showed them standing at the park’s entrance, waiting to be let in as Whitney later deemed her attire “inappropriate”.

“So I guess my peak doesn’t fit Universal, we’re having problems right now,” she could be heard saying.

In a follow-up video, Whitney, who was turned away at the entrance, said: “So obviously I had to change into a more appropriate outfit even though I’ve seen a lot of people here wearing sports bras. .”

Talking about the incident, she said: “I feel like I’m being targeted and it’s summer so it’s very hot, I don’t quite understand. [the issue] But it’s only natural large breasts that attract attention.

“I ended up wearing a different shirt over my sports bra, my friend wore a different shirt on the car.

“But I ended up taking it off later in the park because it was hot and ugly and the fact that I was being judged really annoyed me.

“Smaller women can wear whatever they want – however having large breasts will be gendered.”

Last year, Whitney announced she was banned by Twitter after people reported on her low moments.

“One day I changed my cover photo to a photo of me showing off my innocence – but I was wearing underwear,” she says.

“And all of a sudden, my account got banned. It made me feel like I was being discriminated against for having much worse photos on Twitter. It’s not fair.”

Universal Studios has been approached for comment.

The model goes in the car and changes clothes

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The model goes in the car and changes clothesCredit: Jam Press
She said that other women have equally revealing tops

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She said that other women have equally revealing topsCredit: Jam Press

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8299406/woman-told-cover-up-theme-park-big-breasts/ Woman told to cover her face at theme park after being told ‘big breasts make people uncomfortable’

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