Angry mother and Savannah Sims tiny bikini TikTok on a beach in Hawaii

Savannah Sims was sunbathing on a Hawaiian beach when she was approached and asked to exit.

Savannah Sims was sunbathing on a Hawaiian beach when she was approached and asked to exit.

An enraged mother orders a woman to ‘leave’ the beach over a tiny bikini

A woman in the United States was compelled to leave a beach by an angry mother who objected to her choice of swimwear, claiming she “doesn’t want to see her buttocks.”

A woman in the United States has taken to social media to express her outrage after being compelled to leave a public beach by an enraged mother over the tiny bikini she was wearing.

Savannah Sims was sunbathing on a beach in Hawaii when a family approached her, immediately objecting to her green two-piece.

After hearing her partner Savannah’s bathers were “not appropriate,” the mother approached the beachgoer, pleading with her to “leave.”

Savannah said that she left to defuse the situation, recording it on TikTok, where she described it as the “worst experience” and showed viewers her “natural” bikini.

The Texas woman flipped the camera to reveal her Target swimmers.

Although many agreed that there was nothing wrong with her attire, others agreed with the mother, stating that “her points were correct.”

“The mother begins by telling her boyfriend, ‘No, I cannot have that’ and ‘that is not acceptable to me,’” Savannah clarified in her video.

“I look up and she is looking at me, so I inquired as to whether there is an issue.

She said that she “said she didn’t want to see my ass and lady parts,” adding that she was “lying on my back so she couldn’t even see my butt.”

Savannah now flips the camera to reveal her emerald green swimsuit.

“To be precise, this is my attire. Pretty standard, eh?”

She continued by saying she attempted to be polite due to the presence of the children and inquired “what do you want me to cover” – but was taken aback when the woman said she wanted her to leave.

“She wanted me to leave, said I was in her way,” Savannah remembered, adding that while she “got up and left,” the experience “ruined” her day.

The video, which has nearly 1 million views since it was posted on April 11, sparked discussion in the comments section about swimwear size – with opinions divided.

“But it’s a beach; what would she expect?” one observer observed.

“You should have stayed; you committed no wrong,” another advised her.

However, the comments section was split.

“That is when you simply put on your sunglasses and disregard them. Someone else said, “They should mind their own business.”

However, a few individuals agreed with the mother, telling Savannah that her “ass is not protected.”

“I’m sure if you’re in those angles, it’ll show you other things as well,” one user observed.

“That is a very small bikini,” another observer observed.

Others inquired as to the origin of Savannah’s “adorable” bathing suit, to which she replied that she purchased them at Target.

While others speculated that the problem was not so much about swimwear as it was about an enraged local taking aim at a tourist.

“Many women wear bikinis that are smaller than yours; it’s a sign that you’re a tourist,” one commenter said.

“I grew up in Hawaii, and that is a very modest bikini in comparison to what the girls at my high school wear,” another concurred.

“We really dislike visitors, but as a local, I apologize. The local girls all dress identically,” another wrote.


🙄 Ik tourists can be a lot when you live in a #hawaii , but keep in mind that the world isn’t yours, it’s to be shared #sharing #fyp #respect #love

♬ original sound – Savannah Sims
Exit mobile version