Mum Left Humiliated After Theme Park Staff Say Her Shorts Are ‘Too Short’

A mum was left feeling humiliated after she claimed to have been told by theme park staff that her shorts were 'too short'. 
Credit: @baileybreedlove970/TikTok

A mum was left feeling humiliated after being told that her shorts were ‘too short’ by theme park staff.

Bailey Breedlove went viral on TikTok after sharing footage from her family’s trip to the Frontier City amusement park in Oklahoma City, US.

The western-themed amusement park, which is operated by Six Flags, originally opened back in 1958.

However, it’s now facing a backlash following one mum’s claims.

Watch the incident unfold below…

Breedlove alleges that she was confronted by a guard who told her 11-year-old daughter to stop rolling down the hills in her Heelys shoes.

The mum claims the guard then began ‘harassing’ her over her shorts.

In a video of the incident, a member of staff can be heard saying: “I asked for your information so I can issue a criminal trespass.”

A man in the background then says: “They’re saying her shorts are too small.”

While another woman – donning a police shirt – adds: “Once we asked for ID, you have to identify yourself.”

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Breedlove responds: “You guys, I was leaving.”

The woman in the police shirt insists: “Give me your ID.”

While all this is happening, Breedlove’s 11-year-old daughter can be looking distressed, with her head in her hands.

“Look at this,” the mum says. “Look at what you’re doing to my daughter.”

Following this uncomfortable exchange, Breedlove’s family was allegedly escorted out of the amusement park.

Bailey Breedlove and her daughter.
A mum was left feeling humiliated after she claimed to have been told by theme park staff that her shorts were ‘too short’. Credit: @baileybreedlove970/TikTok

In an interview with Inside Edition, the mum says she will ‘wear these shorts anywhere’, and doesn’t see that ‘anything [is] wrong with them’.

The amusement park company has now shared a statement with People magazine, in which it states that they do not body shame guests.

The outlet claims Six Flags responded, saying: “The guest was initially stopped because her shorts exposed a significant portion of her buttocks.

“She was given multiple opportunities to change or cover up but refused.

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“Instead, she responded with profanity and offensive conduct, including further exposing her buttocks.

“The guest was removed from the park after she refused to stop her unruly and offensive behaviour, targeted at the police and other park guests.

“The video clip this guest has posted on the internet does not fully portray her behaviour during this incident.”

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.