A 22-year-old woman with 36L-sized breasts named Tanya Willis was kicked off of a roller coaster named, get this, 'Colossus' in England the other day because the safety bar was unable to lock due to her breast size.
Disgruntled following the incident, Tanya was forced to walk past hundreds of eager riders after officials would not let her board while it was her turn, per Daily Record, leaving her frustrated and upset with the entire dilemma.
“They should realize that not everyone has a B cup. Some of us are bigger than that.
“I’m not fat but the safety bars and seats are not designed for large-breasted women.
“It was really embarrassing having to be chucked off a ride and do a walk of shame past everyone. It ruined my day and I wasn’t even offered a refund.”
After paying $35 for the ticket to the amusement park, Tanya Willis was relegated to watching her family have fun while she sat on the proverbial sideline, even being booted from another ride she tried to board as well later in the day.
She said: “We had travelled all the way there so there was no point in them missing out because the ride could not accommodate my breasts.”
According to the Daily Record report, a spokesperson for the amusement park, Thorpe Park, suggested Tanya contact customer service to discuss the incident, but did add that, "If our restraints do not click into safe mode, we will not allow a guest on the ride for their own safety. It will not start unless all restraints are locked. We have restriction boards at each attraction.”
I'm not really sure what to make of this given the safety regulations, but it seems more than a little bit messed up that a paying customer wasn't able to ride because of her breast size. Still, the park's main objective is to keep riders safe—it just sucks that it was her colossal boobs that prohibited her from enjoying the ride.