It’s hard to believe this woman has had her breasts taken away in such a way, but that’s exactly what happened to one of her friends, who said the women in her neighbourhood had been asking her for one since a couple of weeks.
“I got home from work and I was sitting on the front steps, and I noticed her wearing this bra, which she’d been wearing to work,” the unnamed woman said.
“She was wearing a mini-dress and that was pretty weird.”
The woman, who did not want to be identified, said the two other women at the house also noticed her bra wearing.
“It’s weird, especially since I’m a woman and we have no issues, it’s kind of a weird thing,” she said.
The woman said she didn’t even think to ask her neighbours why they were wearing what they were.
“They’re wearing it because it’s their style,” she told News.au.
“If I wanted to do something, I would have told them that.”
It was not until this week that the woman learned that her friend had been asked for a bra by a stranger in the area.
“The person asked if I wanted one, and then she left,” the woman said, noting she was shocked by the act.
“And then when I got home, I looked at her, and she was in a mini dress.
I thought, ‘what is this?'”
The woman’s friend said the woman was wearing an A-line bra that was also made in China.
“This is what people say about us in the country,” she recalled.
“We’ve got this big company, so they can afford to buy us things, but they don’t think of us.”
The person who asked the woman for the bra was not the only one wearing the style.
“There were a lot of people,” she added.
“When I saw that she had that bra, I was like, ‘oh my God, she’s wearing this?’
It was a very strange moment.”
One of the women’s neighbours, who wished to remain anonymous, said she was also surprised by the behaviour of the people who asked for the woman’s bra.
“That was just so weird,” she explained.
“Some people just go, ‘you’re such a weirdo’,” she said, adding that the women were wearing it as a “fashion statement”.
The two women who took the woman to the police were questioned by police and then released on bail. “
At least it’s a fashion statement.”
The two women who took the woman to the police were questioned by police and then released on bail.
“These women are not the type of people that would do that to other women,” the police source said.
Police have not released any information about the women, or if they will face any charges.
“A lot of women have been harassed and abused by men who would dress up as a woman to take advantage of them,” the source said of the incident.
“But women’s clothing is still considered to be a very private matter.”
A woman’s clothing could not be found The women’s friends were able to locate their bras and the owner of the clothing store where the women had been shopping, but were unable to locate the woman.
“One of the other women who bought it said it was just her size and she wouldn’t have cared what the size was,” the female friend said.
A spokeswoman for the NSW Police said they were investigating the incident and would be making no further statements at this stage.
“Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident, and will be making further statements when it is made available,” a NSW Police spokeswoman said.
A number of men’s clothing companies have been accused of inappropriate behaviour, including one that recently opened a store in Sydney’s CBD with a slogan that said “You are what you wear”.
In September last year, the owner and manager of an online store that sells men’s underwear said he had to issue a statement after an employee in the store’s Melbourne office complained about the store being inappropriate.
In response to a similar complaint last year from a female employee of the online clothing store, the store in Melbourne was forced to change its name to “No Bra” and its logo changed to the word “no”.
At the time, the company said the change was in response to customer feedback and that it was only taking the change to address the complaint.
However, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has recently found evidence of “misleading marketing practices” by online retailers that “contribute to a misleading perception of the goods and services offered”.
It is the first time the commission has investigated complaints of online retailers having “misled” consumers.
The commission has recommended that retailers be required to disclose their “policies, policies and procedures” in the “form and manner” that consumers expect them to be.
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