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A waitress who claims she was fired after posting a video about her wearing an "inappropriate" crop top to work has opened up about her experiences on social media.
Vanessa Zavala was in tears as she described the way her bosses had called her shirt "ugly" in a video posted to popular app TikTok this month.
But unfortunately for Vanessa, other users posted the name of the restaurant in the comments section under the video, the Mirror reports.
Vanessa has since posted a second clip in which she says she has now been fired from her job after the restaurant discovered the video.
In her first viral video, Vanessa said: "I got sent home for my top because they didn't like my top.
"What the f*** is this a f****** fashion show?
"I work at this bar, restaurant, club thing where b*****s will show up in corsets and lingerie tops to work but my long-sleeved crop top shirt is f****** ugly and inappropriate.
"This restaurant has paintings of naked girls on the walls, it doesn't make any sense."
A further video detailed how Vanessa had been fired, though she didn’t seem particularly sad at this result.
She said: "I showed up to work… and they fired me. I'm so happy, this is the best day ever.
"They said because of my TikTok and someone commented the name of the restaurant under the TikTok and I'm fired and now I don't have a job."
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The incident has come only a month after a British woman claimed she was refused service in a Wetherspoons pub in Reading due to her clothing.
Mollie Wood told how she was informed by a male manager that she would not be served in the pub because her cleavage showing was "equal to a man being shirtless".
20-year-old Mollie described how the bar boss, in his 30s, told her he had refused service all day to men without tops.
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She said she and her mate Amy Lee, also 20, wouldn't be served either because they were dressed "unsuitably".
Both women were dressed in black halter crop tops, ankle-length skirts, and trainers as the country baked in scorching 28C heat.
The tech worker explained how she and a pal had headed to The Back of Beyond pub in Reading, Berks at 8pm.
They wanted to have a bite to eat after watching England beat Croatia 1-0 in the opening Euro 2020 match.
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