Friday, 22 October 2021

Woman denied entry to Musee d’Orsay in Paris over revealing outfit

Slams museum for ‘double standards – Image: Twitter

PARIS: A woman named “Jeavnne” has courted a controversy for hitting out at France’s Musée d’Orsay museum in Paris after she was denied entry for apparently wearing a very revealing outfit dress.

The woman took to Twitter to narrate the whole incident and slammed the museum authorities for denying her entry over her low-cut dress. The incident took place at the Musée d’Orsay museum in Paris, which is also one of France’s most prestigious art galleries.

The woman slammed the museum for its “double standards” on Twitter and later received an apology after sharing details of the incident on social media.

Jeavnne, who shared an image of herself taken on the same day, said she was initially denied entry while visiting with a friend during a warm day in the French capital.

When she sought to know why she wasn’t allowed inside, the museum’s staff allegedly pointed to her cleavage, leaving her “excruciatingly embarrassed”.

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