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Woman Told To 'Cover Up' At Universal Studios

Woman Told To 'Cover Up' At Universal Studios

She was mortified.

A young woman was left mortified after her visit to Universal Studios ended on a sour note, when staff asked her to "cover up."

Whitney Paige Venable, 26, was told that her crop top was making people "uncomfortable."

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Whitney took to her Instagram Story to tell her 1.6 million followers about the incident, which originally took place in June 2021, but has only come to light this week.

She had been wearing a white crop top with mint green shorts, and added that a lot of other guests were dressed in similar outfits

Whitney explained that a staff member told her she would have to cover up her breasts she wanted to be let into the park.

"I felt humiliated and embarrassed," she said.

Universal staff members asked Whitney to cover up. (

"I was told I had to change my top to be able to enter. I think it's because I have naturally big breasts and it makes people uncomfortable but at far as I know my clothing wasn't against the rules."

"I feel like I was discriminated against because of the size of my breasts.

"I noticed other people staring and I felt really embarrassed. It was humiliating."

Speaking about the incident, Whitney added: "I felt like I was being targeted and it was the summer so it was hot, I didn't really understand [the issue] but having natural large breast brings attention."

Eventually, Whitney ended up putting another top on over her sports bra, after finding one in her friends' car.

Whitney was allowed to enter the park after putting on another top. (

"But I ended up taking it off later on in the park because it was hot and ugly and the fact I was judged really pi**ed me off", she continued.

"Smaller women can wear whatever they want – having big breasts however gets sexualised."

Universal Studios have been contacted for comment.

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Topics: Real Life, Life