Some amusement parks apparently take the dress code very seriously.
A woman in Oklahoma said she was harassed by security and kicked out of a general because her shorts were too short. According to her, she was able to enter the park without any issues and it wasn’t until a certain security officer confronted her that she had a problem.
Bailey Breedlove was visiting Six Flags’ Frontier City with her daughter when the incident occurred, Newsweek first reported. Park security confronted the young mother about the length of her shorts, which they determined were too short.
Breedlove uploaded a video to TikTok showing her speaking with two security officers from the park. In the video, the officers appear to be wearing uniforms that identify them as police officers. According to Newsweek, however, Breedlove later spoke with the Oklahoma City Police and was told that the officers who were involved in this incident were not associated with the city’s police.
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In the footage, Breedlove says multiple times that she wants to leave, but the officers tell her they need to see her identification first. One can be heard saying that he needs the information to write up a criminal trespass. In the footage, Breedlove does not hand over her ID. Her general can be seen sitting next to her and is visibly upset.
In a follow-up video, the woman explains that park security had approached her after she had been in the park for over two hours. She says she was told her shorts were too short and she would have to buy a new pair. When she refused, the situation escalated.
According to Breedlove, she has been temporarily banned from the park. Since the original video was first published, it has been viewed over 2.3 million times.
Fox News reached out to both Six Flags and Breedlove, but neither immediately responded.