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Bikini no-go: Sandy McMillin says she was kicked out of Wall-Mart for wearing this bikini top and will now sue for discrimination

  This is Sandy McMillin who says she was told to leave a Wal-Mart store because she was wearing a bikini top.
  She was in a Wal-Mart in Eugene, Oregon when she claims a staff member confronted her and claimed she may be violating health regulations.
  Temperatures had hit 90f and Ms McMillin, who had popped in to buy some sour cream, chips and coffee creamer, was wearing the tiny turquoise garment to keep cool.
  She had actually bought the $10 bikini top from the same Wal-Mart store.
‘I was horrified,’ the 51-year-old told KVAL News. ‘It’s wrong. If you don’t like the way someone looks, don’t look at them.
  ‘I am embarrassed. I hadn’t done anything obnoxious or outlandish.’
  Ms McMillin, who walks with a cane after sustaining injuries in motorcycle crashes, is now planning to sue for discrimination and her attorney suggested she may have been unfairly treated because she is disabled.
  But a spokeswoman for the Arkansas-based retail giant disputed Ms McMillin’s version of events, saying that she was ‘verbally abusive’ to other shoppers after they complained about her appearance.

Denial: Wall-Mart says McMillin was verbally abusive and deny she was told to put on a shirt or get out



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