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A woman who was told to leave the beach because someone kicked off about the bikini she was wearing has been inundated with messages of support and solidarity after sharing her tale on TikTok. Watch below:
Savannah Sims was sunbathing on a beach in Hawaii when a family came along near her and the mother took offence to what she was wearing.
Savannah also declared the woman a 'hypocrite' because she then stripped down to a thong bikini after kicking off.
The whole incident was explained on Savannah's TikTok account, where it has now been viewed nearly one million times.
In the video, she explains: "So I just had the worst experience in Hawaii on the big island. I lay down at a spot that's right off the road and this family gets out of their car and sits down kind of close to me.
"And the mum starts saying to her boyfriend: 'No, I can't have that,' and 'That's not OK with me.'
"I look up and she's looking at me, so I ask if there's an issue. She said she doesn't want to see my butt and lady parts."
Holding the camera up to herself, she then adds: "To be clear, this is my bathing suit. Pretty f***ging normal, right?
"And this girl over there said that this happens all the time and she didn't come here to see my body.
"I asked her what the issue was and what I needed to cover because she was with a kid so I was trying to be respectful.
"She just said that she wanted me to leave, I was in her way. So I got up and left and she said 'mahalo' [thank you], and it ruined my day."
In a follow-up video, Savannah claims that the woman was a 'hypocrite' because it then turned out she was wearing a pretty revealing outfit herself.
Savannah continues: "She is wearing a thong bikini. Which is totally fine, I wear those all the time.
"But to call me out and take off your skirt and be rocking a G-string, you're either a hypocrite or it wasn't about what I was wearing."
Loads of people have chimed in to support Savannah after hearing her story, with one person saying: "I live on Maui and I've never had an issue with anyone or anything.
"Don't let one bad apple ruin your vision, there's a lot of Aloha on the islands."
Another said: "You should have stayed, put your earphones in and ignored her."
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