A woman has claimed that she was refused entry to a garage because of the "inappropriate" top she was wearing.
Tia Wood, AKA @tiawould on TikTok, told her followers that she was essentially kicked out of a car garage because her dark pink cropped top was too "inappropriate" for the establishment.
"Was told to wait outside the inspection station because my top was too inappropriate," wrote Tia on a video she posted to her social media while she was still at the garage. She showed off her outfit and posed in various locations as the caption remained on the screen.
The clip immediately went viral receiving 1.5 million views, almost 200,000 likes, and over 1.7K comments.
"DIDN'T KNOW GETTING UR CAR INSPECTED HAD A DRESS CODE!!!!!!" she added.
@tiawould DIDNT KNOW GETTING UR CAR INSPECTED HAD A DRESS CODE!!!!!! 😍❤️🔥💞💯💯💯 ##fyp ##DontQuitYourDaydream ##UltaSkinTok
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In a follow-up video, Tia made some sarcastic comments about her time at the garage, stating: "Okay guys, because what I'm about to show you is potentially very dangerous for the welfare of your car. Okay so make sure your vehicle is nowhere near your phone for the next ten seconds," she says.
"I'm going to show you now," she adds before panning to her outfit.
After that, she yells into the camera asking why she was kicked out of the station over her outfit. She explains how a female member of the team asked whether she had another shirt she could put on and when she replied with no, she was told to go and wait outside.
Clearly annoyed, Wood joked: "I'm sorry, are you inspecting it or baptizing it?
"It passed thank God, I mean it probably wouldn't have stayed inside with my shirt looking how it does."
However, the reaction from her followers was very mixed, with some agreeing with her anger while others stating that the garage had a point.
"Actually just the sight of your torso made my car spontaneously combust so we'll need to exchange insurance info and you'll be hearing from my lawyer," wrote one user.
"That's not even a shirt, that's a fancy bra at best," said another.
A third added: "It does look like a bathing suit but damn there's no dress code to sit in the waiting area."
I can see both sides here but at the end of the day, a woman can choose what she wants to do with her body and that includes picking out what she wants to wear but just out of curiosity, who do you think was right in this instance?