BEAUTY QUEEN Erika Helin claims she was kicked out of a restaurant for inappropriate dressing, but she doesn’t think it’s a bad thing.
Erika, who won the title of “Miss Finland” in 2018, admitted that she was shocked when she was asked to leave.
The model and social media influencer revealed on Instagram that she was talking to friends when a security guard asked her to leave a Helsinki restaurant.
Erika’s pink pitted top, which she paired with a black miniskirt, heels and a matching bag, was “out of place,” a security guard told her.
She explained on Instagram: “Suddenly, a jerk came for me, said that it was time for me to leave, dragged me out of the bar.
“Although I didn’t mind when I got there, I loudly criticized my choice of outfit.”
The model says she could have bought another outfit at a nearby store if she had been pointed to it before she entered the restaurant.
“In my opinion, even accepting a client if the outfit doesn’t fit is contradictory,” she added.
But Erica still didn’t think there was anything wrong with her clothes.
“Maybe I’m too accustomed to the dress culture of my other home country – it’s much calmer there,” she mused.
After the incident, Erika shared a series of photos of the “inappropriate” outfit and accused the security guard of “misogyny.”
However, some users agreed that this outfit is not suitable for visiting a restaurant.
One said, “It looks more like a bikini top and you won’t wear it to a bar.”
The second commented, “Apparently you were going to go to the beach?”
But others agreed that she should be able to wear whatever she wants.
“Get out of there where you can’t dress the way you want,” one of them joked.
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