HOOTERS has been forced to climb down over its new uniform after it was blasted by some staff who said it was “x-rated”.
The restaurant chain had brought in a new dress code that featured revealing short-shorts that it expected its “Hooters Girls” to wear.
Hooters has for for four-decades-old become a staple for chicken wings and hiring especially busty women to wear low-cut tops earning it the sobriquet “Breastaurant.”
“This s**t is rated porn,” Alabama waitresses Easten Brewer and Katherine Nicole mouthed the words exclaimed by Travis Scott in a TikTok close-captioned “When Hooters gets even shorter shorts.”
“With the new tights, I can’t even cover the front of my leggings,” panned Hooters bartender Kristen Songer, 22, in a TikTok video of herself modeling the new skintight, bikini-cut black bottoms and comparing them to the less-revealing former shorts.
She then turns around to reveal her backside.
“And oh! Oh look, a wedgie!”
“Starting Oct. 4, all Hooters girls should wear the new shorts when working once they arrive to stores,” reads a recent Hooters policy notice, reported by the New York Post.
“The old shorts should not be worn.”
Now Hooters has been forced into an embarrassing policy u-turn.
A statement from the company said: “As we continue to listen and update the image of the Hooters Girls, we are clarifying that they have the option to choose from traditional uniforms or the new ones.
“They can determine which style of shorts best fits their body style and personal image.
“We’re excited to see a national trend toward self-expression and inclusivity that bodes well for our marketplace.”
It continued that the company continuously worked with “our Hooters Girls to refresh and update the image of our brand ambassadors and to empower them to feel their best while at work.”
They can determine which style of shorts best fits their body style and personal image
“The new black shorts… they do not have a bottom,” Songer noted. “They have a crotch string.”
The University of South Carolina School of Medicine student then poses before the camera in an orange and black pair of the phased out Hooters uniform shorts over a pair of gray leggings.
The staffer then attempts to suggest fellow Hooters girls are “upset” by the new attire.
Songer felt the restaurant did away with the old uniforms in a capricious way.
“Because this is not what I agreed to wear a year ago when I was hired.”
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