A tourist from Hawaii claims she was pressured to leave the beach by a mother who told her her bikini was inappropriate and “in the way” of her children.
Savannah Sims said she was sunbathing in a two-piece green swimsuit on the Hawaii Big Island when she had the “worst” encounter with a woman there with her boyfriend and kids.
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“I’m looking up and she’s looking at me. So I asked if there’s a problem and she says she does not want to see my ass and lady parts,” Sims said in a video sent to TikTok.
Sims said she then asked her what the problem was with the bikini, to which the woman replied that the problem was with her children nearby.
“She said she wanted me to go. I was in the way,”
Meanwhile, she said the woman was wearing a “straight string bikini.”
“To call me out and then take your skirt off and tilt the G-string. Either you’re a hypocrite, or it was not about what I was wearing,” Sims said.
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The video, which has been viewed nearly 1 million times, attracted a stream of comments defending Sims.
“You should never have left !! Nothing is wrong with what you are wearing and if she does not want her children / her husband to see the meat STAY HOME !!!” wrote a user.
A local added: “We really do not like tourist [sic] but that’s just wrong. As a local, I’m sorry because the local girls do exactly the same thing. “