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#31 Anibal P

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 16:55

Honestly...?

I've seen women on beaches naked this week, no one said anything, there's nothing wrong with her bikini.

(Bude)

 

Beaches are different from commercial water parks, it's a public area, and surprising anyone can get away with being fully naked in a public place unless designated as a nudist area




#32 vetneufuse

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 16:56

wtf...

 

it's a normal bikini... Land of the free indeed...

 

What does land of the free have to do with this? if it was a private water park, the owner can make what ever rules they want.... this has nothing to do with freedom... they probably had limits on what they allowed in, staff worked there to enforce the private companies rules, she refused they had to get police involved to get her out of their private park



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 16:57

maybe the kids were mistaking them for floats.... :laugh:



#34 DavidM

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 16:59

Except she was escorted out by the police, which means there's a police report. 

 

As it should be, she "challenged" park employees and refused to obey the rules and then refused to leave, they were well within their rights to have her escorted off the property.

 

She has stated it was "too sexy" no one else, I'll reserve judgement when both sides of the story are told. This also shows our freedom at work, the owners of the property are FREE to choose their own rules for park entrance and allowed behavoir of their patrons.

 

She might have done well to show her daughter how to handle a situation like this with class and simply complied with the rules or left. Imagine if I were at your place of business acting or dressed in a way YOU deemed improper, should I comply with my host or cause a scene and then go to the press about how you treated me because I was "too sexy" and you were a big prude who was denying me my freedoms to act or dress how I deemed. What then?



#35 thechronic

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 16:59

Pics or...

 

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#36 HawkMan

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:06

Beaches are different from commercial water parks, it's a public area, and surprising anyone can get away with being fully naked in a public place unless designated as a nudist area

 

 

What does land of the free have to do with this? if it was a private water park, the owner can make what ever rules they want.... this has nothing to do with freedom... they probably had limits on what they allowed in, staff worked there to enforce the private companies rules, she refused they had to get police involved to get her out of their private park

 

It wasn't a private water park

 

Also other peopel where wearing similar or smaller bikinis. 

 

 

 

The furious fitness enthusiast has fired off a complaint to council bosses, who run the water park,

Read more: http://www.thesun.co...l#ixzz2YHmaI8dO

As it should be, she "challenged" park employees and refused to obey the rules and then refused to leave, they were well within their rights to have her escorted off the property.

 

She has stated it was "too sexy" no one else, I'll reserve judgement when both sides of the story are told. This also shows our freedom at work, the owners of the property are FREE to choose their own rules for park entrance and allowed behavoir of their patrons.

 

She might have done well to show her daughter how to handle a situation like this with class and simply complied with the rules or left. Imagine if I were at your place of business acting or dressed in a way YOU deemed improper, should I comply with my host or cause a scene and then go to the press about how you treated me because I was "too sexy" and you were a big prude who was denying me my freedoms to act or dress how I deemed. What then?

 

 

So you're saying it's perfectly ok for teens and those in the twenties to wear tiny bikinis while selectively throwing out or demanding that older people or people you don't like the looks of get dressed or leave. I believe there's a word for that...



#37 Javik

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:14

really don't think this needs to get political... but if you want to go there I would put money that the liberal PC police was in charge of this...

 

 

Most likely the people running the park are Liberal minded, not conservatives, conservatives would have had a sign with "appropriate" clothing

 

Doubt it somehow, it's usually right wingers that bellyache about the evils of sexual expression and "modesty", after all it's the corner most of the uptight Christians reside in.



#38 ShareShiz

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:30

My business model for a water park would be let in all the hot chicks and deny all the ugly ones.



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:41

In the UK it isn't illegal to be nude on a beach.  It is however illegal to do it in a provocative manner.  !



#40 HawkMan

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:42

My business model for a water park would be let in all the hot chicks and deny all the ugly ones.

 

Your business model would result in lawsuits and bankruptcy



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:49

In ten years people will be thrown out of waterparks for refusing to wear a one piece swim suit.

Some people fear sexuality so much that they own guns.

In Ontario, Canada it's legal for women to go completely topless, ofcouse the never took advantage of this law they fought for but... this past weekend I got an eye-full of two women taking advantage of it... too bad I was throwing a baseball at the time... nearly for beaned...



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:55

Can people from the UK please shut up about how everyone there wears even less? This is a singular instance, at 1 of the hundreds of water parks in the US. I have been to plenty of parks that have no issue with that or less.



#43 xendrome

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:59

wtf...

 

it's a normal bikini... Land of the free indeed...

 

Part of being a free nation means that a private business has the right to decide who enters their establishment and who doesn't as long as it doesn't violate that rule by banning or refusing a protected class.



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 17:59

Pics or...

I don't think we want any pics of him in bikini  :D



#45 Aheer.R.S.

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Posted 06 July 2013 - 18:01

Can people from the UK please shut up about how everyone there wears even less? This is a singular instance, at 1 of the hundreds of water parks in the US. I have been to plenty of parks that have no issue with that or less.

Double standard much?
So long as everyone in the world is pointing out the US is better than the rest of the world in everyway, shape, and form, there's no problem.
But when the role has been reversed we have to shut up? Or we're nitpicking? (Which will probably be coming soon)