this woman was kicked out of a mall for wearing shorts and a tank top
She said she was recently kicked out of the mall because another customer complained to the mall security guard about her dress.
Clothing with problems?
Shorts and vests.
Hannah pervey posted photos of her costume on Facebook after being kicked out of Grand rapids\'s Woodland Mall on Saturday.
In the photo, she wears the 90-that any woman may wear-
June: Finding Nemo vests, denim shorts and ballet flats.
\"As many of you know, today is 90 degrees in West Michigan,\" Pewee wrote in a Facebook post . \".
\"So, of course, I decided to dress for the weather: shorts and vests.
But obviously, how did I wear it? . .
Too sexy for the public as I was kicked out of the Woodland Mall today. Yup.
Apparently, some anonymous people reported to the mall security that I was not dressed properly and I was kicked out.
\"Pewee\'s post went viral over the weekend with over 4,000 likes, close to 9,000 shares.
She said in her post that the experience made her \"almost cry \".
\"I am very angry now, I am shaking,\" she wrote . \".
\"I felt very embarrassed and almost cried.
Because a stranger didn\'t like what I was wearing.
\"Xiaoyan wrote twice.
After the initial incident, Facebook posted a post.
First, she thanked the Facebook community for their support and friendly words, and secondly, she confirmed that a manager at Woodland Mall called her to apologize.
\"So I spoke to someone from the woodland management team on the phone and they apologized for what happened yesterday,\" she wrote . \".
\"Obviously, they will revise their clothing policy on their website so that it is clearer what is acceptable and what is unacceptable.
In addition, the security department will discuss how to properly handle the situation.
The forest land shopping center website policy page currently has vague language about what clothing constitutes \"inappropriate.
\"Suitable clothing is required, including shirts and shoes,\" the policy guide wrote . \".
\"Clothing with inappropriate words, phrases or graphics is not allowed and must be approved by the management of the mall.
The Huffington Post has contacted the delegates of Pewee and Woodland Mall to ask for comments and clarification and will update the article accordingly.