May 24, 2022

Woman shamed in restaurant because her ‘big breasts’ distracted other diners

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A WOMAN has spoken out on a nasty body shaming experience after she was told that her “big breasts” were too distracting to other diners in a restaurant.

Adrienne Airhart, from Los Angeles, was out celebrating her birthday when a woman sitting nearby called out her cleavage, before deciding to move to another table.

Adrienne Airhart said she was subject to body shaming as she enjoyed a birthday meal out

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Adrienne Airhart said she was subject to body shaming as she enjoyed a birthday meal outCredit: Twitter / @Craydrienne
She says a women commented on the size of her breasts - saying they were 'distracting'

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She says a women commented on the size of her breasts – saying they were ‘distracting’Credit: Twitter / @Craydrienne

Sharing her experience online, the 38-year-old described that she felt “prejudiced” after the hurtful remarks were made, despite making headway with the strangers date.

She wrote on Twitter: “Tonight at my birthday dinner I took off my shawl and the lady at the next table said ‘Well those are distracting’ and moved tables. Still got it.

“Prejudice against big naturals.”

Sharing a video of herself blowing out a birthday candle at the restaurant she said: “This was me last night. 

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“I’m not even that hot the lady was just a hater. (Though her date did talk to me when she went to the bathroom…you can hear him).”

The post was liked more than 34,000 times as many jumped to Adrienne’s defence.

One said: “Imagine being that insecure you have to leave because someone’s beauty is too big for you to handle.”

Another said: “We are with you Adrienne.”

While one added: “I am in the process of scheduling a double mastectomy, and I’ve realised how I’ve taken these beauties for granted all these years.

“Very sad to see them go. I’m glad you’re celebrating your boobs – I’m celebrating mine while I still can.”

The post also prompted other women to come forward with their own stories of being denigrated for their breast size.

One person wrote: “I’ll never forget when I was on work experience at 15 years old and the lady I was “working” for wrote in my evaluation that I dressed inappropriately.

“I didn’t, I was wearing exactly what they had told me to wear. I simply had breasts.”

A second added: “As a teenager, I worked so hard to give my BFF the confidence to take the t-shirt over her one-piece swimsuit off at the beach. It was summer, 100°F. 

“Two minutes later, some lady gasps, “That is obscene!” and the t-shirt went back on.”

It comes as one woman previously revealed that she is constantly body shamed for her modest bust.

Trolls reportedly say they’re saggy and joke they’re so far apart they’re ‘social distancing.’

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