Another Sandy is wreaking havoc, but this is one isn’t containing her assault to the inside of plane cabins. On July 24th Ms. Sandy McMillin, 51, was shopping at Wal-Mart for sour cream, chips, and coffee creamer when an employee asked her to leave the store due to her lack of shirt. McMillin, a former member of the Navy Reserve, was wearing a turquoise string bikini top that she had, in fact, purchased at the very same Wal-Mart.
McMillin is saying that she and her sister, Karla Vogt, were quietly (and ironically) shopping in the clothing section when an employee told McMillin that her current state was in violation of health codes and that she needed to put on a shirt or leave. She says she was “horrified” and embarrassed as her and Vogt were escorted out of the store. Wal-Mart tells a different story, claiming that McMillin was verbally abusing other customers and asked her to leave only after several shoppers complained. Also they claim that no one escorted the sisters outside.
What appears to be a rather run-of-the-mill public indecency squabble somehow caught the attention of the British news outlet the UK Daily Mail, who ran the story on their website. We know that the Brits love their scandals, but, really, y’all care about this? Hasn’t Pippa been showing her fanny in the tube or whatever?
UK Daily Mail Online