Bikini-clad woman kicked out of Walmart says she’s a survivor
Via KOMO News: Sandy McMillin’s story has received international attention after she said Walmart employees kicked her out for wearing a bikini. Her story has also prompted a flurry of online comments. Some viewers applauded McMillin for standing up to Walmart. Others criticized her for her choice of attire.
Sandy McMillin and her sister Karla Vogt went to Walmart (in Eugene, OR – a liberal cesspool) on Sunday to buy sour cream, chips and coffee creamer. The temperature that day hit 90 degrees, so McMillin threw on a turquoise bikini and a pair of shorts. She said five minutes into her shopping trip while in the clothing aisle, a store employee told her to put on a shirt or leave, saying the swimsuit violated health codes.
“I was horrified,” McMillin told KVAL News. “I am embarrassed.” McMillin said employees then escorted her and her sister out of the store. “I hadn’t done anything obnoxious or outlandish,” McMillin said.
Walmart spokeswoman Ashley Hardie told KVAL News that McMillin has it all wrong. Hardie said customers complained and McMillin verbally abused people in the store. But Hardie said McMillin was never escorted outside.
I don’t care how hot outside it is – girl put some clothes on!