Wear Too Short Dress

A resident of Juvisy-sur-Orge was insulted in the street because her dress was not to the taste of her attacker. She filed a handrail.

Insulted in the street because her dress was too short, a resident of Juvisy-sur-Orge has decided to do. According to The Republican, a passer-

by has indeed been insulted in the street by an individual believing that her dress was not enough coverage. The incident occurred Wednesday, July 20 on shots of 14 hours, reported the website of the weekly of Essonne. Accompanied by her 12-year-old son, this young mother was located in downtown of Juvisy-sur-Orge when a person took her and her “simple dress. A summer dress because it was hot “, said the office of the Mayor of the commune to the Republican. “He continued by following even then she told him to take care of that look.”

This inhabitant of Juvisy-sur-Orge had good reflexes. After the incident, she went to the Town Hall of the Juvisy-sur-Orge which then directed her to the police station, says the weekly. Contacted by the editor, the Director of the Mayor’s office confirmed that the victim had “filed a handrail to the police” after having to face this “unpleasant situation.” It is thanks to the copy of this handrail that Mayor of Juvisy-sur-Orge could then “trigger things the services provider”, confirmed the Director of the office of the Mayor.

Cited by The Republican, the municipality also explained that the young woman had been able to take a picture the person who insulted him, proving while the latter was “in front of a truck to a company that works for the municipality. The employee, author of insults, proved to be a temp, used by extension, by the municipality. “The city of Juvisy-sur-Orge indeed outsources the cleanliness of streets to a company which itself outsources the recruitment of employees from a temp agency”, said Republican.

Robin Reda, the (young) Mayor of LR of Juvisy-sur-Orge, expressed on getzipcodes.org account then to denounce wedding dresses.”I asked for firm sanctions”, he wrote in a message published Thursday, July 21, before asserting that the interim agreement had been terminated and conclude: “intransigence with the values of the Republic begins on the ground, are intractable.”