A Security Guard Stopped A Woman From Entering A Park Because She Was Wearing A V-neck T-shirt

Why is New Jersey behaving like Alok Nath?

Bina Ramesh, a 22-year-old girl, had gone for an outing on her birthday wearing a V-neck tee with her friends and was stopped by a male security guard at the entrance of Six Flags Great Adventure Park in Jackson, New Jersey because according to him, her attire looked indecent and was against park rules.


It is embarrassing to know that Bina was allowed to enter the park only when a female security guard was on duty. She then left the park for some time as she had forgotten something in the car and when she re-entered, a male security guard barred her.

Bina told Seventeen.com:

“My mother saw me leave the house this morning and she didn’t think it was inappropriate. And how could I have been let in earlier that day by a female guard? Now suddenly the rules have changed when there’s a male guard paying closer attention to my cleavage?”

She was further told that she could be escorted into the park by the female guard to buy a T-shirt, to which she objected because it seemed like an obvious way for the park to promote their own merchandise.

At the same time, Bina saw a man entering the park wearing a see-through shirt with cut-outs where his nipples were and asked the same guard, “Why was he allowed to enter?”

The guard stated, “It’s different. He’s a boy and doesn’t have boobs.”

Seeing him go inside, Bina got an amazing idea. She and her guy friend went into the parking lot and switched their shirts. They re-entered past the same male security guard and this time, no one stopped them.


Once they were in the park, they switched back their shirts and spent the rest of the day celebrating Bina’s birthday.


She was upset and embarrassed after the incident and hence, shared her story on Facebook and Twitter to make people aware that the world is still gross:


Source: Seventeen.com

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