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Now there’s a headline you don’t read everyday.
We are all about boobs at Mandatory these days (and everyday), because we want to make our folks proud. That’s why we talked about the British teacher who got fired for getting drunk on a field trip and eating chips off her boobs, as well as the English woman who accidentally exposed her breasts when posting a washing machine review. And the story below also involves boobs — huge ones.
Tanya Willis, a 22-year-old woman, was kicked off a roller coaster at Thorpe Park in England because of her super large breasts — her 36L-sized breasts to be exact. Oh, and the name of the roller coaster? ‘Colossus.’ Yep. Not a joke. Apparently the safety bar couldn’t lock over Willis’ boobs, so instead of having her fly off the ride, workers decided to give her the boob — I mean boot.
“They should realize that not everyone has a B cup. Some of us are bigger than that,” Willis said after being made to walk past hundreds of riders. “I’m not fat but the safety bars and seats are not designed for large-breasted women. It was really embarrassing having to be chucked off a ride and do a walk of shame past everyone. It ruined my day and I wasn’t even offered a refund.”
Willis paid $35 for her ticket, but was forced to watch the rest of her family from the sidelines for the rest of the day, as she claims she was kicked off another ride later in the day.
“We had travelled all the way there so there was no point in them missing out because the ride could not accommodate my breasts,” She said. And yes, she actually said that. Gold.
“If our restraints do not click into safe mode, we will not allow a guest on the ride for their own safety. It will not start unless all restraints are locked. We have restriction boards at each attraction,” a spokesperson for the park said.
The least they could do for Willis is offer her a refund and some goodies. I mean, those bags of fun on her are giving the park free promotion, so they could at least throw her a thank you. Well, good luck Willis, to you…and yours.
h/t Daily Record