A Hawaii tourist claims she was pressured to leave the beach by a mom who told her that her bikini was inappropriate and “in the way” of her kids.
Savannah Sims said she was sunbathing in a two-piece green bathing suit on Hawaii’s Big Island when she had the “worst” encounter with a woman there with her boyfriend and children.
“I look up and she’s looking at me. So I asked if there’s an issue and she says she doesn’t want to be seeing my butt and lady parts,” Sims said in a video posted to TikTok.
Sims said she then asked her what the problem was with the bikini, to which the woman replied the issue was with her children nearby.
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“She said that she wanted me to leave. I was in the way,” Sims said. “So I got up and left. And she said, ‘Mahalo’ and it ruined my day.”
Meanwhile, she said the woman was wearing a “straight thong bikini.”
“To call me out, and then take off your skirt and be rocking G string. Either you’re a hypocrite or it wasn’t about what I was wearing,” Sims said.
The video, which has been viewed nearly 1 million times, attracted a flood of comments defending Sims.
“You should have never left!! Nothing is wrong with what you have on and if she doesn’t want her kids/hubby to see the flesh STAY HOME!!!” wrote one user.
A local added, “We really just don’t like tourist [sic] but this is just wrong. As a local I am sorry because the local girls do the exact same.”
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