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Arkansas woman’s weight gets her denied service at nail salon

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9 Responses to Arkansas woman’s weight gets her denied service at nail salon

  1. Meghansloth July 5, 2013 at 4:16 pm #

    I understand amusement rides (that’s obviously for safety) and airplane
    seats (I mean, if you take up two seats, pay for two seats!) – but at a
    nail salon? that’s just crazy! those chairs are huge and can fit a NFL
    linebacker! I don’t know if they really embarrassed her as much is it looks
    in the video. it seems like she was coming back and hassling them, after
    being told the first time. they may have told her about the policy
    discreetly at first. either way, it’sa dumb ass policy.

  2. hozrnbz4ever July 13, 2013 at 7:01 pm #

    OK, I have some input here. :-) I agree, they should get accommodations for
    “larger” women (or men, to be p.c.). HOWEVER! The salon here does not have
    a “big people” chair, so they told this woman they could not service her.
    If I were the manager, I would possibly have seen if her pedicure could be
    done from a bench placed there for her? Those pedicure chairs they had in
    this video DID NOT LOOK LIKE THEY COULD SUPPORT HER HEFT! :-( Sad for her,
    sad for the owners. OK, now for my experience…

  3. hozrnbz4ever July 13, 2013 at 7:04 pm #

    OK, I have an overweight friend. VERY overweight. I also have an
    above-ground pool. My overweight friend kept hinting she wanted to swim in
    or pool, but the ladder has a weight limit. Plus, it has been in the sun
    for awhile, so the weight limit has probably decreased… Anyways, I’d
    change the subject or whatever. Finally she outright asked if she could
    come over and swim, and I had to tell her. :-( It sucked for both of us, it
    was embarrassing, but what could I do? Our pool was EXPENSIVE!

  4. hozrnbz4ever July 13, 2013 at 7:09 pm #

    So, instead I offered to bring her as a guest to my local YMCA to go
    swimming together. She never took me up on the offer, but I don’t blame
    her. Also, maybe this salon does only want to cater to slimmer women. I
    don’t think this is the case here. I truly believe there is a weight limit
    on those chairs, and they have the right to refuse service to ANYONE. ;-)
    There’s my input. -Beezy

  5. kasuwell harris July 13, 2013 at 7:14 pm #

    I get what your saying but is it wise ? In a economy thats struggling and
    with the percentage of Americans that are unarmed ? I don’t know

  6. palinguy83 July 19, 2013 at 1:12 am #

    She too fat, can’t fit in chair! LOL. I laughed so hard.

  7. kasuwell harris August 2, 2013 at 8:01 am #

    yeah but by not serving over weight customers at all won’t they lose
    busines ?

  8. Diana McCandless August 2, 2013 at 2:43 pm #

    That’s their choice! Its a free country, & these people aren’t running a
    hospital. If they want to save their equipment & lose

  9. Diana McCandless August 2, 2013 at 2:45 pm #

    …lose out on an extra overweight customer here & there, they are entitled
    to do that.

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