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It's unclear if it was only Sandy McMillin's turquoise bikini top, or if it was her combining it with red shorts, a cane, a knee

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Walmart Sorry for Telling Woman Her Bikini Is a Health-Code Violation

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It's unclear if it was only Sandy McMillin's turquoise bikini top, or if it was her combining it with red shorts, a cane, a knee brace, and sailor tattoos that so offended a Walmart employee in Eugene, Ore.

But in any case, the retail giant is now sorry for telling the woman that her ensemble is a health-code violation.

KVAL:

[McMillin] said five minutes into her shopping trip while in the clothing aisle, a store employee told her to put on a shirt or leave, saying the swimsuit violated health codes.

"I was horrified," McMillin told KVAL News. "I am embarrassed."

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McMillin says that after being given her ultimatum, she and her sister were escorted out of the store.

Walmart denies this and claims the woman was verbally abusing customers.

Regardless, the big-store spokesperson still apologized, and said that they have "reinforced with our associates our expectations of how to handle these matters."

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