Mom Removes All 'Offensive' Shirts From Store In UT
A mom in Utah didn't like what she saw on display at a store in the mall, so she decided to take matters into her own hands.
Judy Cox and her 18-year-old-son were shopping in a mall in Orem when the incident happened, reports the Daily Herald of Provo. Cox believed the T-shirts in the window of her local PacSun store were offensive. She took offense to the pictures of models in provocative poses, wearing barely any clothing.
Cox says she complained to the store manager but was told they'd have to get corporate approval to take them down.
Therefore, she did the only thing she could think of: she bought all the shirts in stock, spending nearly $600. Cox has also contacted national organizations like the Women for Decency and One Million Moms.