Utah Woman Buys Nearly $600 Worth Of PacSun T-shirts She Thinks Were Indecent

Posted: Feb 19 2014, 12:56pm CST | by , in Other Stuff


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Utah woman buys nearly $600 worth of PacSun t-shirts she thinks were indecent

Woman plans to return all the shirts

Fox News reports that a mother in Utah who was out shopping with her son was upset when she came across some t-shirts in the window at retailer PacSun. The shirts allegedly show models scantily clad and in suggestive poses. The woman complained to the store manager that the display was offensive.

The manager allegedly told the woman the only way the display would come down was by order of the chain. Rather than leave a display in the window that she thinks violates Utah decency laws, she purchased all of the shirts in the store.

The woman spent $567 to make the massive purchase of 19 shirts. The woman doesn't plan to keep them and her son certainly won't be wearing them. She said that she plans to return all 19 of the shirts towards the end of the stores 60-day return policy.

I'm not sure what buying the shirts and returning them will prove. They will only go on display again once returned. Each of the shirts costs about $28. The woman is named Judy Cox and is from Orem, Utah. Orem is about 40miles south of Salt Lake city and the shirts were bought from University Mall in Orem. The woman plans to meet with the city attorney to see if the shirts violate city code.

"These shirts clearly cross a boundary that is continually being pushed on our children in images on the Internet, television and when our families shop in the mall," Cox said in an email to The Associated Press.

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