Pregnant woman's crop top deemed inappropriate

Pregnant Charisha Grobin was asked to leave a restaurant for wearing this.
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Pregnant Charisha Grobin was asked to leave a restaurant for wearing this.

A heavily pregnant American woman was denied service at a restaurant because she was wearing a crop top.

Charisha Gobin, a mother of four who is seven-and-a-half months pregnant with twins, says she was asked to leave the Buzz Inn Steakhouse in Marysville, Washington because her exposed belly violated the health code.

Gobin was wearing a long white skirt with a black crop top bearing word "Weirdo".

In a Facebook post complaining about her treatment, the 35-year-old says a waitress told her, "I'm sorry, you can't be here in this shirt."

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"I said, 'Are you being serious with me right now?' And she said, 'Yep, you can't be here.'"

Gobin told local television channel KIRO 7  that she felt body-shamed and did not believe she would have been asked to leave if she were not pregnant, even if wearing a crop top. 

The restaurant has since apologised for the "misunderstanding" and pledged to educate its staff in how not to "overly enforce" its "no shoes, no shirt, no service" policy.

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 - Stuff

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