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Aussie Influencer Shocked By Reaction To Wearing ‘Hot’ Outfit At Woolies

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Aussie Influencer Shocked By Reaction To Wearing ‘Hot’ Outfit At Woolies

A young Australian woman has opened up about the 'disgusting' looks she received while walking through Woolworths.

Mikaela Testa donned a small fitting denim number for a trip to her local supermarket and despite admitting the outfit was 'hot', she was overwhelmed by the public's response.

The 21-year-old thought it was a 'cool 2000s vibe outfit', but there were plenty of people who apparently didn't agree.

While the narration in the video sounds a little tongue-in-cheek, she's revealed that her anxiety shot up after the trip to Woolies.

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"It makes me very sad and gives me huge anxiety with going out in public wearing anything hot," she told news.com.au.

"I actually got into an altercation with a women and her husband at a local shopping centre a month or so ago about the same issue.

"It's definitely something that happens a lot in public around the Gold Coast."

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People flocked to the comments section to tell her they loved the outfit idea and not to worry about what 'grandmas' say.

But the issue of women's clothing has had serious repercussions all over the world.

A female bodybuilder was stopped from getting on a plane because of her outfit, claiming the airline said it was 'disturbing' the other passengers.

Deniz Saypinar was shocked when staff at Dallas-Fort Worth airport in Texas stopped her from boarding her flight out to Miami because of what she was wearing.

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The 26-year-old fitness model - who says she moved to the US to avoid the conservatism she has seen in her native Turkey - was stuck at the airport after American Airlines staff found her fashion sense to be a little bit too much

Or too little, as the case may be.

She shared an angry post on her Instagram account, writing: "You will never believe what happened to me at Texas Airport."

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Saypinar went on to say that she was told she was 'naked' and that her outfit' disturbed other families waiting in the airport.

A spokesperson for American Airlines told LADbible: "On July 8, American Airlines denied boarding for a customer travelling from Dallas-Fort Worth to Miami.

"As stated in the conditions of carriage, all customers must dress appropriately and offensive clothing isn't permitted onboard our flights.

"The customer was advised of our policy and was rebooked on a subsequent flight.

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"The customer has since arrived in Miami."

Featured Image Credit: Mikaela Testa/TikTok

Topics: Australia

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