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Was Legoland in the right or the wrong for kicking out this woman with a racy tattoo?

They were in the right. 0.65333333333333 65.3% [ 98 ]
They were in the wrong. 0.2 20.0% [ 30 ]
Indifferent/I don't know. 0.14666666666667 14.7% [ 22 ]
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Legoland totally had the right to make her leave.

And no, it's not discrimination of any kind.

As far as I know you can only discriminate based on race, religion, sex, age, disability, or nationality.

Mr. Popo, tell me the story of how Gotenks was conceived. emotion_kirakira
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Who would have sex with a light switch anyways? confused

Oh yeah. eek
I always clean my light switches on a regular basis, goddamn fairies...


lol xd
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What an unattractive tattoo...

I side with Legoland. It's a family friendly place, and if someone's going to come in with essentially porn painted on their body, well, maybe they should have thought about the family friendly places they wanted to go to before they had it tattooed on.

At least wear some long pants and cover it up. Or even some gauze or something taped over it if it was hot out. Seriously.
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It's a sexually explicit image, one that she put on public display in a family environment, geared towards Children.

She would have been kicked out if she was walking around holding a poster of a Karma sutra position or Bree Olson taking it like a pro, and she should be kicked out for displaying a tattoo depicting simmiler highly sexual imagery.

Simple.
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I think she did this on purpose.
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It's a sexually explicit image, one that she put on public display in a family environment, geared towards Children.

She would have been kicked out if she was walking around holding a poster of a Karma sutra position or Bree Olson taking it like a pro, and she should be kicked out for displaying a tattoo depicting simmiler highly sexual imagery.

Simple.

GRR, I would rip that Abaya off you so fast, and then rape you cause I want you to take it like a pro. GRR. Yeah Ummah, twirl around for me. emotion_awesome
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It's a sexually explicit image, one that she put on public display in a family environment, geared towards Children.

She would have been kicked out if she was walking around holding a poster of a Karma sutra position or Bree Olson taking it like a pro, and she should be kicked out for displaying a tattoo depicting simmiler highly sexual imagery.

Simple.

GRR, I would rip that Abaya off you so fast, and then rape you cause I want you to take it like a pro. GRR. Yeah Ummah, twirl around for me. emotion_awesome


B-but, I don't wear an Abaya..I wear Jeans..and vests..and...shirts and stuff.
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It's a sexually explicit image, one that she put on public display in a family environment, geared towards Children.

She would have been kicked out if she was walking around holding a poster of a Karma sutra position or Bree Olson taking it like a pro, and she should be kicked out for displaying a tattoo depicting simmiler highly sexual imagery.

Simple.

GRR, I would rip that Abaya off you so fast, and then rape you cause I want you to take it like a pro. GRR. Yeah Ummah, twirl around for me. emotion_awesome


B-but, I don't wear an Abaya..I wear Jeans..and vests..and...shirts and stuff.

Then i will make you wear one, Taliban style! emotion_dealwithit

From now on, I hear by decree with a fatwa, that all men must get raped as a coming of age ritual, and they must wear abayas.

Also, why don't little children observe hijab?
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I think she did this on purpose.


I'm wondering that too. How stupid to you have to be to walk into a family attraction with something like that on full display and be surprised when someone asks you to leave?
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It's a sexually explicit image, one that she put on public display in a family environment, geared towards Children.

She would have been kicked out if she was walking around holding a poster of a Karma sutra position or Bree Olson taking it like a pro, and she should be kicked out for displaying a tattoo depicting simmiler highly sexual imagery.

Simple.

GRR, I would rip that Abaya off you so fast, and then rape you cause I want you to take it like a pro. GRR. Yeah Ummah, twirl around for me. emotion_awesome


B-but, I don't wear an Abaya..I wear Jeans..and vests..and...shirts and stuff.

Then i will make you wear one, Taliban style! emotion_dealwithit

From now on, I hear by decree with a fatwa, that all men must get raped as a coming of age ritual, and they must wear abayas.

IVE KILLED AFGHANIS FOR LESS DAMMIT!

Heeeeey did you say Fatwa...what...are you credentials?

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Also, why don't little children observe hijab?

They have yet to reach the age of puberty
Obscenity falls into a non-speech category and that tattoo definitely falls under the category of obscenity. It's more an act than speech (though I guess it could be argued that she's trying to make a point about how uptight people are about sex or something...but I doubt it). Obscenity is something said/done/portrayed with the intent to turn someone on - it's more like a b*****b than speech (at least that's how I learned it - and was that ever an awkward class at times).

So, I'm with Legoland on this one.
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Massey, however, is using social media to cry discrimination.

That's nice. It's not illegal, though.
Legoland is private property. Provided she got a full refund, she has nothing to complain about. They're well within their rights.

On a side note, light switches usually have square tips, and aren't particularly squishy. I imagine it would be painful...
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LegoLand is a private business and they have the right to refuse service. I'm no prude, but consider that LegoLand is a place heavily aimed for children and families. They probably wouldn't allow obscene articles of clothing either. The woman really should've known better, did she do it on purpose to get attention? Because people typically have more common sense than to go to places with lots of kids while displaying highly sexual imagery on their bodies.
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And of she had a tattoo of the goddess Venus, she'd be alright.

Because art is art. nudity is allowed in art, and allowed to be displayed in public. tattoos are art
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See, her problem could've easily been fixed if she had worn long pants or something that covered the tattoo. I don't understand why anyone would get a tattoo that silly and choose to go to a family friendly place with it uncovered.

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