Aussie blogger "HEARTBROKEN" claims that her access to the Louvre Gallery in Paris was denied to her because her dress was too much revealed.
Nevsha Sieah says the doorkeeper was thrown out of the door after she made "nasty and terrible gestures" before she told her to "conceal" him.
She went to Instagram, where she has 231,000 followers, to discover frustration after she looked at the dress code on the internet and posted a screen shot from a blogger guide that stipulates that visitors can wear what they want.
Nevsha, 25, shared a picture of her sitting outside a cafe in a worn-out shade she was wearing when she was denied entry.
"Yesterday in Loure, I was stopped by the guard for my clothes at the entrance," she wrote in the history of Insta.
"He made the most beautiful and terrible gestures and facial expressions, he swore to hide me, and eyes from my eyes prevented me from entering.
"I was crossed because I thought Louvre was implementing this archaic rule. It does not appear to be."
She saidSunthat she was in Louvre before wearing a very similar outfit and that she did not have any problems.
"This is definitely personal prejudice," she said.
The Louvre website says it is forbidden for visitors to wear "bathing suits" or to be naked, barefooted or naked.
Nevs's followers complained about their defense and made comments on praise for her clothes.
"I'm sorry to see what happened. I think that your clothes are the most beautiful thing, the greatest love," one wrote.
The other has shared her own experience, arguing: "When I visited Louvre with my sister a few years ago, we carried winter clothes with boots and got a ban on entering security because we were" dressed. "
"They were so rude and they hacked us out until we had other choices except to feel nervous. Your clothes are beautiful."
And one wrote: "We are in the 21st century and there are still people who are hostile because of what you wear and the way you carry it. I do not know what to say, but I'm very speechless."
Nevsha said Sun that the experience did not ruin the time in Paris, adding that the city is "so beautiful, you can not stay upset for a long time."
"I think the way to respect art is to enjoy your soul, your clothes have nothing to do with it," she said.
"And the female body is so much celebrated in art, it would be funny to hustle it when working in the gallery.
"We were warmly welcomed to Musee D'Orsai, so we could enjoy the arts as we wanted in the end!"
Louvre is the world's largest art museum and contains historical items including Mona Lisa.
Visitors are recommended to wear comfortable clothes due to the large amount of art to be seen during the visit.
This article was originally published inSun and here it was reproduced with permission.