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Hooters Staff Hit Out At Size Of Shorts In New Uniform

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Hooters Staff Hit Out At Size Of Shorts In New Uniform

Hooters employees are hitting out at the new shorter shorts in their uniform - comparing them to underwear, with some staff threatening to quit. Here is one employee showing off the new garment:

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Since the new shorts became part of the uniform policy, members of staff have taken to social media to reveal their thoughts over the uniform change.

One posted a video on to TikTok, comparing the shorts to the longer old ones alongside the caption: "Love my job but don't love wearing undies to work."

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Another wrote: "Alright so we all know something made Kirsten wanna quit today. And that somebody is named the new shorts."

They also wrote that they were joking about quitting, and telling viewers not to 'worry'.

Credit: TikTok/gracie.herrick
Credit: TikTok/gracie.herrick

Another video posted by @eastencierabrewer shows a pair of Hooters waitresses donning their new shorts while mouthing the words: "This ain't no PG s***, this s*** rated porn."

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Commenting on one of the videos, one person wrote: "Just when you thought they couldn't get any more revealing."

While someone claiming to be a former employee said: "I quit because of these shorts in June, I have no idea how all the other Hooters are just getting them..."

Credit: TikTok/eastenciera
Credit: TikTok/eastenciera

According to The New York Post, workers were told via a policy notice: "Starting Oct. 4, all Hooters girls should wear the new shorts when working once they arrive to stores."

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It added: "The old shorts should not be worn."

Hooters of America, LLC told FOX Business in a statement that they appreciate 'the feedback, both positive and negative, regarding a more accommodating and inclusive image policy on tattoos, jewellery, nails, hairstyles as well as new uniforms - to include new top styles, shorts and the addition of socks.'

They said that the uniforms 'were the result of a collaboration with Hooters Girls' and added that 'these uniforms have been worn for months in several Texas markets and have received overwhelmingly favorable reviews from both Hooters Girls and customers'.

They also said: "We will continue to work with staff to make sure the new uniforms are sized correctly and comfortable while reflecting current styles."

Featured Image Credit: Hooters

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Rebecca Shepherd
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