Families with young children were innocently enjoying the attractions at a water park when a woman sparked outrage with her attire. The young lady’s swimsuit bottoms became infamous online, which many parents said were “totally inappropriate” in the family-friendly setting.
Kim Stram took her family to an unidentified water park and recorded a video of one particular woman who chose to wear an attention-grabbing swimsuit, and the video became the subject of a major debate. Many internet viewers were outraged by the footage, which was posted to TikTok and viewed millions of times.
Stram’s footage showed a young woman in a wave pool. The woman was dressed in a flesh-colored swimsuit with nearly no back. With her buttocks on full display, it left little to the imagination. “Is this appropriate for a family waterpark or NOT?” Stram asked in the video, which sparked multiple discussions online.
Several small children were seen playing around the barely dressed woman. It’s difficult to say whether any of them were negatively impacted by her choice of swimwear. Hundreds of internet viewers were outraged by the woman, suggesting she should dress more modestly in the sight of youngsters.
“Totally inappropriate and they do it just to cause controversy,” wrote one viewer.
Another commentator claimed, “It’s called having respect for others and their families. This world doesn’t have it anymore.”
“It definitely isn’t appropriate and for those of you saying kids don’t care, you’re part of the problem,” another disgusted viewer blasted. “Kids follow what they [see and] think is ok,” they added
A foorth person fired off, “If a man wore a skin-tight speedo with kids eye level, everyone would be mad as hell.”
One commenter defended the swimsuit and suggested that women go topless at the beach in many cultures, but another critic wasn’t buying that as an excuse.
“This has nothing to do with culture,” they wrote. “This is someone who just needs to be the center of attention at all times and should have quietly been asked to leave immediately. We don’t do topless or bottomless in the USA!”