'Jealous' customers tried to get me kicked out of restaurant over my good looks but staff took my side, it's hilarious | The Sun
A SHOCKED woman has told how jealous diners tried to get her kicked out of a restaurant because of how she looked.
Skyler McKay, 33, was on a city break to Paris with a pal recently when people sitting nearby moved to a different table to get away from her.
The adult model, from Livingston, has implants and knows her bust is much bigger than average.
But she’d never experienced such levels of discrimination over her looks and was stunned part of her body made others so uncomfortable.
The blonde beauty had been wearing a plunging dress with lace-up detailing across her cleavage when she attracted her fellow diners' attention.
Skyler says: “We went to a high end restaurant bar for a girly evening.
“Both of us have big fake boobs and love to show them off when we go out.
“The staff loved it but the tables either side of us, one being a table of three couples, the other a table of two couples, asked to move.
“I don’t think they appreciated their husbands having us to stare at during the meal.
“We asked the staff what the situation was, why they moved, and they explained.
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“The staff weren’t bothered though, they’d rather accommodate us than ask us to leave because of some disgruntled wives.”
Skyler adds: “We thought it was funny.”
The model previously told how she’s so attractive that she can’t even go to the gym for a workout without someone trying to pick her up.
She didn't expect that strangers would hit on her after exercising in her local gym in London where she now lives.
Skyler said: “I even get hit on by the women in the female changing rooms at my gym.
"I take it as a compliment, I wouldn’t have the confidence to approach someone.”
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