• *Update with her post in another forum* Mom kicked out of Legoland for risqué Tinkerbell tattoo *photo may be NSFW/kids
  • Posted by LizzieJane
    on 4/25/12 at 11:24am
  • Should she have been kicked out?
    • Only group members can vote in this poll.
    1. 75% - Yes!
    2. 15% - No!
    3. 9% - Other
  • http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2012/04/heres_the_tattoo_that_got_a_mo.php

    What do you ladies think? Does that tattoo warrant being asked to leave?

    *edit*

    Apparently, she knew that she was in the wrong, because on this forum:

    http://uscobm.com/forum/general-discussion/kicked-out-of-family-friendly-park-due-to-tattoos/

    "My 8 year old son and I were kicked out of The Legoland Discovery Center at Grapevine Mills Mall, TX location due to unfair treatment and discrimination.  We walked in, lined up, had our pictures taken and paid. (A little over $50.00 for both of us into Legoland and the adjoining aquarium)  After 10 minutes of play time with my son, I was approached by Melanie, and waspromptly escorted out of the main area while she proceeded to tell me that I was being asked to leave and offered a refund due to a customer complaint about my tattoos.  My son overheard everything she was telling me and was instantly heart-broken due to his love of Legos and not understanding why my tattoos were cause for us to be ushered out of something so amazing in his eyes and I had unfortunately made the entire day a huge surprise. I was given no option but to either take my money back and leave, or just leave. My son and I attend MANY ‘family-friendly’ functions and parks and to be singled out and discriminated upon in front of my son and the other couple of dozen people standing around us was belittling and embarrassing.  Not to mention that after the refund, we wanted the picture they had taken of us and Melanie had to again, escort us like martyrs back through the play area to the photo desk.  She treated us like convicts, which I can only imagine in what ways this shattered my kid’s ideas of society as a whole.  I have never been treated this way, and refuse to be looked down upon for the way I look. I am seeking legal advice, but stand here with open arms to suggestions and assistance to make a widely know, LOUD example out of this situation. My heart to the children of the complainer, may they not grow up to be judgmental little haters."

    She posted the story, along with pics of all her other tattoos, excluding the Tinkerbell one.

    Additionally, I've seen it posted in a few different places that her other leg has a tattoo of Peter Pan masturbating "looking" at Tink. I can't seem to find a pic of that tattoo anywhere, though, so I'm not sure if it's true. If it is, then.....wow. That's about all I can say. Wow.

    Sorry, I'm on the iPad because the laptop is being worked on, and I can't make the links clicky.
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