A mum has claimed she was banned from a meeting at her son’s school for wearing a low-cut top that showed her cleavage.
Isabel Castro went to the Institución Educativa Instituto Técnico Superior Industrial in Soledad, Colombia, with her husband Cristian Caviedes to discuss Covid-19 rules at the school.
She said she was refused entry at the college because her white blouse revealed her cleavage and insisted her outfit was not vulgar.
The mum said: “I left home and looking at myself in the mirror I thought I was well-dressed.
“I was wearing jeans and a blouse which is quite low-cut but far from vulgar.”
She claims a staff member told her: “You can’t come like that.
“When you come to the school, you can’t come dressed like that. Read the rule book.”
The mum-of-three said the school had “an extreme reaction”, but she believed she was “well-dressed”.
Isabel said: “I feel discriminated against because nobody has the right to point at, judge or criticise another person.
“I felt well-dressed, the fact I have three kids doesn’t mean I have to walk around covered up, nor consider myself ugly and dour without expressing my happiness.
“I’ve always felt pretty.”
Her husband added: “Think about all the women suffering this sort of harassment at the moment, for example in Afghanistan.
“And then you wonder how this school official wants people to dress.”
It comes after a widowed mum was refused entry to her daughter’s first nativity, because she had her baby with her.
Gemma O’Reilly was let down by her babysitter last minute and begged teachers to make an exception so she could watch daughter Bella on stage.
But the 26-year-old claims the teacher stood with her arm across the door and told her “no exceptions”, with the school later confirming the policy had been in place for eight years.
Bella’s dad Durrell Odusina, 23, died due to heart failure in 2014, when the tot was just two years old.