Musee d’Orsay, one of the popular tourist destinations, has been criticized for being discriminatory and sexist.
The problem started when a visitor, known as Jeanne, was refused entry because she was wearing a low-cut dress.
When going to enter the museum, officers asked her to cover her chest.
Annoyed by the officers’ treatment, Jeanne took it out via uploads on Twitter. Jeanne’s complaint has now gone viral.
Jeanne said that the officer immediately shouted the words that she could not enter with a look like that.
“At this point, I didn’t think this chest could cause all this drama to happen,” she continued.
Jeanne admits that she feels humiliated.
He claims the ticket examiner stared at his chest at the entrance before denying him entry to the museum.
Jeane didn’t understand what rules they meant.
Because the friend who came with her was wearing a crop top that showed her stomach and she saw other museum visitors wearing clothes that were suitable for summer.
When asked again, the officer simply nodded her head and looked at her is chest, then replied, “That.”
Jeane was then asked to wear a jacket. At first, she refused but was eventually allowed in, after agreeing to wear it.
Even though he was finally allowed to enter the museum, Jeane said she was still disappointed by the officers’ disrespectful treatment.