It is very, very, very rare for a guy to tell a woman she's showing too much cleavage. The exception? When the guy is an employee at a family-friendly place and he's trying to enforce a dress code.
Melissa Behnken was enjoying a trip to Disneyland's California Adventure with her family when a park employee came up to her and told her she was showing too much cleavage.
"This gentleman out of nowhere comes up to me and just says, 'You need to pull your top up,'" she told WPTV. "I was looking at him like, 'Excuse me? Are you serious?'"
When you see her outfit, you'll understand why she was more than a little bit confused. "This was our first family vacation and for me, it was ruined," she said. Based on the photos we've seen, we can't understand how she was showing too much cleavage.
Yes, she has large breasts, but how is that her fault? There was nothing scandalous about the shirt she was wearing. "I guess women with large chests are expected to wear turtlenecks their whole lives," she concluded.
Melissa reportedly complained to guest relations while the family was at the park and filed a formal complaint after the family returned home from their trip. She was seeking an apology and eventually got one when a "spokesperson" for Disney called to apologize for the employee's behavior. Still, we can't imagine how embarrassing the whole thing must have been for her.