Is Six Flags canceled? Oklahoma park dubbed 'trash' for accusing autistic mom Bailey Breedlove of bad behavior

'Your staff called the police because her shorts, in your opinion, were too small. I supposed you make women wear dresses in your water parks and men wear 3-piece suits,' one user said


                            Is Six Flags canceled? Oklahoma park dubbed 'trash' for accusing autistic mom Bailey Breedlove of bad behavior
Bailey Breedlove seen in the video she posted about the incident at Six Flags' Frontier City park (Bailey Breedlove/ Facebook/ Instagram @frontiercityokc)

A video posted by a woman visiting Six Flags Oklahoma City garnered a lot of attention after she claimed that a theme park officer rebuked her for her shorts being "too short". As seen in the video, park officials insinuated that the woman, Bailey Breedlove, was being "disorderly" while repeatedly asking for her ID to issue criminal trespass order against her. 

The incident took place on April 30 when Breedlove was visiting the park with her 11-year-old daughter, who was seen crying next to her. However, Six Flags has recently put out a statement saying that their actions were on account of Breedlove's "behavior towards the police, our team members and other park guests", while adding that it had nothing to do with her clothing.

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Bailey Breedlove talking to a female cop at Six Flags (Bailey Breedlove/ Facebook screenshot)

Six Flags, the amusement park corporation under which Frontier City operates, put out a statement on Twitter addressing the issue. The statement reads: "Last week a guest was escorted from Frontier City, a Six Flags theme park located in Oklahoma City, because of her behaviour towards the police, our team members, and other park guests. Six Flags does not body shame and did not remove this guest from Frontier City because of the length of her shorts. Six Flags is committed to creating an inclusive environment and does not tolerate racism, discrimination or hateful behaviour in any form or from anyone, whether a team member or a park guest." 



 

However, Twitter believes otherwise and people were quick to voice their opinion. "Bullshit, @SixFlags. Your staff called the police because her shorts, in your opinion, were too small. I supposed you make women wear dresses in your water parks and men wear 3-piece suits. Looks like you like picking on people with autism, too. You need to apologize to her." tweeted a user.

"He literally says in the video that her shorts are too short and she needs to leave. What a poor statement to release. That manager was absolutely garbage towards her, and to do that in front of her child? Complete trash. I hope you’re next on the cancel train," added another. "Y’all fucked up. She was wearing shorts because it’s hot out and you made her leave and banned her for 5 years.... who wouldn’t have an attitude with the police for getting judged for what they wear when out w/ their family?" tweeted a user. 



 

"Behavior toward the police? In Oklahoma, you’re only required to ID yourself if there is a reasonable articulable suspicion that a crime has been committed? What crime was this woman suspected of that allowed the officer to detain her???" asked another. "@SixFlags Wow you kicked out & banned from your park in OK an autistic mom, with her 11 y/o daughter b/c mom wasn't wearing "proper" or "appropriate" attire! & dared question your security guard? Shameful. Doubt I'll be bringing my 3 kids. What if I'm wearing the wrong clothes?!" asked a user.



 



 



 



 



 

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