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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Woman says she wasn’t allowed in Busch Gardens because of her shirt

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) — A woman says she was recently denied entry to Busch Gardens because of the shirt she was wearing.

Rachel Holley was wearing a band tee-shirt that said “Handguns” on it when she went to the park on July 15.

Holley says after she entered the park, two security guards pulled her aside and questioned her about the shirt, asking her to explain why she chose to wear it that day. Ultimately, Holley says security told her she wouldn’t be allowed on the premises unless she changed.

Holley says she wasn’t allowed to turn her shirt inside out either. She ended up leaving the park to find a store where she could buy another shirt. Holley purchased a camouflage shirt, changed and then was allowed entry.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have seen people wearing much more offensive outfits at BG.