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Woman Claims She Was Fired After Wearing 'Inappropriate' Top To Work

Woman Claims She Was Fired After Wearing 'Inappropriate' Top To Work

Waitress Vanessa Zavala shared a teary video after being fired for wearing a crop top.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

A woman has been flooded with support after revealing she was fired after wearing a top that was deemed "inappropriate" to work.

Vanessa Zavala took to TikTok to share a teary video revealing that she had been disciplined in her front-of-house position at a restaurant and bar because her top was deemed "inappropriate".

Sitting in the back of a car, the teary waitress told fellow users: "I work at this bar-restaurant club thing where b***** will show up there in f***ing corsets, lingerie tops to work.

"But MY shirt, my long-sleeve crop top shirt is f***ing ugly and inappropriate."

Vanessa didn't mention the name of her job, but told users that she was fired in a followup video.

"I go to work the next day and everything is fine. The manager pulled me into his office," she added.

"I got fired for posting a TikTok expressing how I felt even though I didn't name drop. Now I'm broke and unemployed."

She speculated: "Someone definitely sent my video to the owners and they were like, 'OK, even though she didn't name drop, even though she didn't even say anything bad about the restaurant we're going to have to fire her a** because she's talking about us.'

"That's why I literally got fired, because it's privately f***ing owned by three men and obviously if I'm on the internet crying, even if I didn't name drop, of course they're going to f***ing fire me.

"I didn't get a warning, they didn't say can you take down the video, I didn't name drop anyone."

The woman cried on TikTok to her followers (
TikTok/ vaneskinnylegnd)

Responding to the video, people were pretty divided.

One wrote: "BYE they wish they look as good as you."

"They're jealous babes! You look amazing," another added.

While others weren't so sure.

"I know being dress coded isn't fun and this situation sounds unfair but people need to learn how to dress professionally for work," they wrote.

"Babe youre not a victim I would NEVER wear that to work and if I did id get fired," said another.

It looks like the jury is still out on this one...

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/ vaneskinnylegnd

Topics: Life, TikTok