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OnlyFans model 'humiliated and pulled off ice' at Winter Wonderland over mini skirt

EXCLUSIVE: Stunning OnlyFans model Lowri Rose says she was "humiliated" at Winter Wonderland in Cardiff when she was told to get o...




EXCLUSIVE: Stunning OnlyFans model Lowri Rose says she was "humiliated" at Winter Wonderland in Cardiff when she was told to get off the ice rink after another customer complained about her outfit

An OnlyFans model’s Winter Wonderland experience was “completely ruined” after she was allegedly ordered off the ice rink for wearing an “inappropriate” skirt.

Lowri Rose was at the Cardiff funfair enjoying festive fun when she was “humiliated” after a “Karen” moaned about her outfit.

The blonde babe is a racy model who wore a turtleneck and a skirt over shorts during her day out with a pal.

But the fun adventure turned awkward when another visitor took umbrage with Lowri’s choice of attire.

Speaking with Daily Star, she said: "I’m covered in tattoos so it’s not uncommon that I’m harassed by Karen type women.

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The outfit that landed the model in bother 

"I knew as soon as they wanted to pull me off the ice what it was for. I know it’s due to how I look in general because this is such a frequent occurrence from some women.

“It’s just a real shame that they’re refusing to acknowledge that it was a mistake on their end. If it was a case of my skirt came up and someone wanted to let me know I would have no issue, I don’t want the humiliation of being exposed in public.

"But there’s no required dress code for ice skating so I don’t see an issue with wearing a skirt. I grew up ice skating and it’s not uncommon for the skaters to wear tiny clothes.

"I will continue to wear outfits that make me feel confident, this hasn’t changed a thing.”

Lowri also aired her complaints in a series of tweets shared with her 53,000 followers.

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Lowri shared her experiences on Twitter, where she has thousands of followers
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She also spoke to the Daily Star after the experience

She wrote: “I’d like to know why I was pulled off the ice yesterday and humiliated by staff for wearing a skirt (with shorts underneath). I hadn’t realised there was such a strict dress code for skating? Not sure why your staff comply with blatant bullying...

“If a female customer complains because of how I look shouldn’t they be told that it’s wrong to single someone out? It’s not uncommon to wear a skirt on a Friday night in the city centre. I know this was due to how I look (I’m covered in tattoos).”

She also said that it “completely ruined the whole experience” and that her outfit “completely covered” her anyway.

Lowri claims staff asked her to put on a coat if she wanted to return to the ice last week.

But she added: “I don’t particularly feel the cold so I paid to put my coat in the cloak room. If I’m a paying customer I expect to be treated like everyone else.”

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She also wants a £16 refund for her ice skating experience

Lowri, who calls herself a professional socialite and selfie taker, posts sexy snaps on OnlyFans and also has an army of Instagram and TikTok fans.

After her uncomfortable experience, she said in a video: “Would this happen if I didn’t look like this? I don’t think so.

“Screw you Karen for ruining my Winter Wonderland experience and you screw you Winter Wonderland staff for complying with a Karen.

“They are Karens, they are going to be b*tches.”

Lowri received support online after the ordeal – including from Babestation bombshell Alex Le Tissier.

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The blonde beauty will not let the matter ago until she gets an apology

She wrote: “I swear things are getting worse. Karen’s are internally jealous of others for being confident with their bodies.”

Another person added: “Some Karen has probably complained that her husband looked at Lowri so she's the one that gets embarrassed Makes perfect sense you jokers.”

Lowri remains angry and is not prepared to let the matter drop until she receives an apology and a refund.

She said online: "I’m actually so pressed about this Winter Wonderland thing. I’m not letting it go until I receive a full apology from staff and a refund to be honest. 2022 and we still comply with bullying? Not on my watch."

Daily Star has contacted Winter Wonderland Cardiff for a response.

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