By Siofra Brennan For Mailonline. When it comes to getting changed in a crowded locker room, some people would rather retire to a cubicle or use a towel to protect their modesty. But others are more than happy to let it all hang out, and now a woman has provoked a furious debate over public nudity after an embarrassing incident on a spa day. A woman took to Mumsnet to explain how a naked woman with 'full bush and boobs out' had spent five minutes getting in her way, leaving her feeling very awkward as she tried to change under her towel. While some posters sympathised with her predicament, the vast majority seemed to think she was being far too prudish with one even suggesting she should seek professional help for her issues. Do you get naked in the changing room? A woman has provoked a very heated debate after being offended on a spa day stock image.
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The scar on my breast is a dark reddish brown, fading slowly at the edges. It is curved, like a parenthesis. There is a slight indentation, a flat spot under the blemish that shows when I stand in profile. The scar is hidden, even by my most revealing bathing suit.
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A UK mother has described her horror at seeing a dad of three daughters strip naked in the men's changing room of a public swimming pool, much to the confusion of the internet. Taking to parenting forum Mumsnet, the anonymous woman wrote that she had arrived early with her two-year-old son to his swimming lesson, so decided to wait in the changing room. She explained that she uses the men's changing room as the women's is "usually crowded" as there are "less dads at lessons". The woman said that there was a dad in there getting his daughters dressed after swimming when she and her son entered. But then the father got dressed after his children, which led to what she labelled the "bizarre" incident. He is also by the door, so if another parent was coming in their child would have walked into his penis! And it wasn't less than a minute because he was drying himself as well," she claimed.
Women are far more likely to be sexually assaulted in unisex facilities. There are children in there. Last year, statistics revealed the majority of reported sexual assaults at swimming pools in the UK take place in unisex changing rooms. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.