BLUE PAGES
Home / News / ALTON TOWERS BANS TIGHT TRUNKS

ALTON TOWERS BANS TIGHT TRUNKS

Wednesday August 12th, 2009
ImageTOP ATTRATCION BANS TIGHT TRUNKS

UK tourist park Alton Towers has banned men from wearing tight bathing trunks. The water park bosses have made the decision on the grounds of taste claiming male swimming briefs are 'more suited to Spain than Staffordshire'.

The resort’s marketing director Morwenna Angrove has stated that the move is 'To prevent embarrassment among fellow members of the public and to maintain the family friendly atmosphere at the resort, bosses have taken the extreme measure of banning these tight trunks from their popular waterpark located within the Splash Landings Hotel… While women may hail the return of the skimpy bathers, the style itself is not deemed public or family friendly, and therefore we are requesting that male swimmers wear more appropriate styles such as boardshorts.”

And it doesn’t end there. He also went on to say 'We feel this small brief style is not appropriate for a family venue so we are advising male bathers to wear more protective swimwear such as shorts… We are also looking into offering complimentary male waxing, which will ensure to preserve the dignity of all our guests.'
SHARE:
space
Comments (0)
No comments exist for this item.
Add Your Comment

Most Recent News Items - View News Archive

top