This story is actually beyond ridiculous.
A woman was told to leave a public swimming pool because her swimsuit might "excite teen boys" who were also at the swimming complex.
Tori Jenkins (20 years old) was told to leave the swimming in a pool at her apartment in Knoxville, Tennessee.
She had been swimming at the pool at the Smoky Cross Apartments with five of her friends and her fiance for just three minutes when the leasing consultant said her "thong bathing suit" was inappropriate because she was in a "family environment", she told DailyMail.com.
She was then told to pose for photos in her one-piece to show how "inappropriate" it was, she claims.
"There are a lot of teenage boys in this complex,' she said. 'You don't need to excite them."
The consultant then told Jenkins that she was "more curvy than other women" and that she needed to wear a normal bathing suit that "covers the whole butt".
Her fiance Tyler Newman posted the story and pictures of his 'humiliated' girlfriend on Facebook.
"I'd just like to say on my own behalf that I'm really amazed by all of the overwhelming support I've received," Jenkins wrote on her Facebook page, after her story had been shared close to 18,000 times.
"Thank you all, you really don't know how much it means to me. It hasn't even been that long since it happened but I can tell you that I've felt really sh***y about myself since. Being distracted by friends and work and your wonderful comments have made this process a whole lot easier. "