Shoppers say mall singled them out for tats, looking 'gay'4/13/2012
Salt Lake City's upscale City Creek Center promises that followers of the mall's Twitter feed will "stay fluent in fashion." But after a number of visitor Facebook posts that hint at discrimination, the mall may want to learn how to speak "fallout." It started when a Facebooker named Skinny Rose posted "I was in heels and my makeup was fierce...I was dressed very gender bender and they kick me out for looking too gay." Other stories followed about shoppers being asked to cover up their tattoos. The mall's "Code of Conduct" prohibits "clothing that is offensive to others," but it doesn't explain what warrants a visit from the Fashion Police or the Morality Detectives.
Should customers be tossed for their clothes or tats?