british tourists told to leave pool for wearing burkinis
Maria Dean and her sisterin-
Law law and their children are on holiday in Albufera, Portugal, claiming they were told they could not wear a regular swimsuit.
Neither Maria nor Sheena wore a full burkinis.
Hina, 31, said their swimsuit was three. quarter-
Elbow leg length
They are all waterproof and designed for swimming.
But even so, the hotel staff apparently told them in July 21 that \"it is necessary to wear a bikini to follow Portuguese culture\", which makes them feel \"humiliated\" and \"disgusting \".
A worker in the pool allegedly made Maria nine years old. year-
The old daughter came out of the pool and stood up to show what they were supposed to wear because she was wearing a normal swimming dress.
The family lives in a private rental apartment, which shares a swimming pool with other serviced apartments in the building.
Maria, 36, told the construction safety manager to approach me because I was complained that I was not wearing a bikini and was therefore not suitable for being in the pool.
\"I am not allowed to wear my comfortable swimming gear, which is actually designed for women like me.
Sheena also said that the staff member told them that you have to wear a bikini or shorts in Portuguese culture, which is [the burkini]
We told him we didn\'t wear a bikini because we didn\'t feel comfortable wearing a bikini, she said-it was a confident thing.
But he kept repeating, \"You have to wear a bikini \".
We feel humiliated.