Woman who was kicked out of store over her shorts says she was bullied for being too hot

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By Asiya Ali

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A woman has said that she is a victim of "hot phobia" after claiming that she was kicked out of the supermarket for her revealing outfit...

We live in a day and age where people can wear whatever they want, however, there appears to be a limit - especially in specific establishments.

As reported by the New York Post, Kerolay Chaves, 22, sparked outrage after deciding to sport a see-through white top without a bra underneath, and racy denim shorts when shopping at a supermarket.

However, the Brazilian model - who has an OnlyFans account - was left stunned after workers allegedly decided to kick her out of the store due to the skimpy nature of her outfit.

She took to her Instagram to share photos of herself in the racy ensemble and blast the shop for kicking her out - claiming that it's simply due to her good looks.


"I just got home from the supermarket and was harassed for wearing 'too short clothes'," Chaves wrote on Instagram, translated from Portuguese to English. "Some people looked at me with prejudice, others cursed me and finally, I was expelled from the place.

"Do you believe [me]? I think it's absurd for us women to still be treated that way just because we dress the way we want. The truth is that we go through this because we are too hot, that's all!", she added.

As the Brazilian national was wearing clothes that didn't leave much to the imagination, many social media users found it very hard to be sympathetic toward her.

All of the comments were translated from Portuguese to English.


One user wrote: "She's allowed to wear whatever she wants but... you have no right to disrespect environments where all kinds of people are circulating, including children, the market is not a beach, and each one in your square, wants to be respected??? Give yourself respect."

Another person said: "All this for likes, views....... How can a person stoop to this point for that? Look at the level....No point asking for respect if YOU don't give it!"

A third remarked that she could be selling a story for news outlets, stating: "She even had time to take a photo before being sent away..."

A fourth person noticed the jacket in the shopping cart and said that Chaves is a "character for the internet," adding: "It's impossible that nobody noticed."

Credit: Instagram

Credit: Instagram

Chavas' look is extremely revealing, to say the least, and it remains unclear how she had the time to have a photoshoot while being kicked out of the store.

What are your thoughts? Should she have the right to wear this in a store or did the employees do the right thing in allegedly asking her to leave?

Featured image credit: Katrina Wittkamp / Getty

Woman who was kicked out of store over her shorts says she was bullied for being too hot

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman has said that she is a victim of "hot phobia" after claiming that she was kicked out of the supermarket for her revealing outfit...

We live in a day and age where people can wear whatever they want, however, there appears to be a limit - especially in specific establishments.

As reported by the New York Post, Kerolay Chaves, 22, sparked outrage after deciding to sport a see-through white top without a bra underneath, and racy denim shorts when shopping at a supermarket.

However, the Brazilian model - who has an OnlyFans account - was left stunned after workers allegedly decided to kick her out of the store due to the skimpy nature of her outfit.

She took to her Instagram to share photos of herself in the racy ensemble and blast the shop for kicking her out - claiming that it's simply due to her good looks.


"I just got home from the supermarket and was harassed for wearing 'too short clothes'," Chaves wrote on Instagram, translated from Portuguese to English. "Some people looked at me with prejudice, others cursed me and finally, I was expelled from the place.

"Do you believe [me]? I think it's absurd for us women to still be treated that way just because we dress the way we want. The truth is that we go through this because we are too hot, that's all!", she added.

As the Brazilian national was wearing clothes that didn't leave much to the imagination, many social media users found it very hard to be sympathetic toward her.

All of the comments were translated from Portuguese to English.


One user wrote: "She's allowed to wear whatever she wants but... you have no right to disrespect environments where all kinds of people are circulating, including children, the market is not a beach, and each one in your square, wants to be respected??? Give yourself respect."

Another person said: "All this for likes, views....... How can a person stoop to this point for that? Look at the level....No point asking for respect if YOU don't give it!"

A third remarked that she could be selling a story for news outlets, stating: "She even had time to take a photo before being sent away..."

A fourth person noticed the jacket in the shopping cart and said that Chaves is a "character for the internet," adding: "It's impossible that nobody noticed."

Credit: Instagram

Credit: Instagram

Chavas' look is extremely revealing, to say the least, and it remains unclear how she had the time to have a photoshoot while being kicked out of the store.

What are your thoughts? Should she have the right to wear this in a store or did the employees do the right thing in allegedly asking her to leave?

Featured image credit: Katrina Wittkamp / Getty