A mum has been left feeling ‘humiliated’ after she was allegedly told by theme park staff that her shorts were ‘too short’.
Bailey Breedlove and her family visited the Frontier City amusement park in Oklahoma City, US, when they were confronted by a staff member wearing a ‘Police’ top.
The mum claimed that she was then ‘threatened with criminal trespassing’ as she refused to hand over any identification.
In a clip Bailey has shared to her TikTok account, a member of staff can be heard saying: “I’m going to escort you. I’m asking for your information, otherwise I will issue a criminal trespassing.”
The other staff then tells her that she can leave, as soon as she shows them ID.
According to the woman being interrogated and the man who was filming the incident, she was initially stopped as her ‘shorts were too small’.
But the confrontation then led to her daughter becoming extremely distressed, making the situation even worse.
At one point, Bailey said to the two members of staff: “Look at what you are doing to my daughter, you guys.”
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Since being shared on social media, the clip has amassed over 2.3 million views and thousands of comments.
One person asked: “Since when does Six Flags have a dress code? Seems more like harassment than anything.”
Another added: “They should have told her at the gate if she’s violating a dress code.”
“There are people walking around in their swimsuits, isn’t there water rides? This is wrong,” a third commented.
The theme park, which is operated by Six Flags, has a dress code policy on its site. It reads: “We do not allow clothing generally considered offensive.
“Profanity, obscene gestures, obscene statements, pictures of illegal substances, all gang related items or clothing, costumes or disguises that conceal identity and adult full-face makeup are prohibited.
“Frontier City reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone who refuses to comply with the dress code.”
However, Bailey has contacted the Oklahoma Police Department and has now been informed that the woman wearing the police uniform doesn’t belong to their unit.
On Facebook, the mum explained: “We have spoken with the Oklahoma Police Department captain and he assured us this was not an Oklahoma city police officer.
“He sends his apologies and is going to look into the situation.”
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