Lisa Woodman is furious that she has been banned from several nightclubs for being too old to wear skimpy outfits. Not for nothing, this mother of four should be worrying about other things like her KIDS! I would be horrified and probably scarred for life if my mother was going out like that. Check out the ridiculously strange but funny story here…
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28-year-old Lisa Woodman has been banned from every hotspot in her home town – after being told she is too old to wear skimpy outfits. The furious mother-of-four was barred from three venues in Worcester, West Midlands, because of her low-cut tops, short skirts and knee-length boots. Lisa Woodman has also been banned from the city’s other two nightclubs – Tramps and Velvet. All three, owned by the same company in Worcester, said the ban will stay unless she tones down her appearance.
She was left in tears on New Year’s Eve when doormen at Mode nightclub turned her away and told her:
‘You’re too old to wear that get-up.’
Ms Woodman, a medical secretary at a hospital hygiene company, said:
‘What’s wrong with what I wear? I’m not hurting anyone, am I? I am covering everything, and I just want to have a good time. We never cause any trouble and we’ve never been rude to the bouncers. None of the pubs give me any hassle about my outfits so why do the nightclubs have such a problem?’
Ms Woodman started hitting the town last year after splitting from her long-term partner and father of her children Josh, 12, Jamie, ten, and daughters Billie, six, and three-year-old Angel. She had a breast enhancement operation in April and regularly works out in the gym to keep her figure.
Ms Woodman claims some of the doormen have humiliated her when turning her away. She said:
‘One doorman even made me walk up and down and turn around in front of people laughing at what I was wearing. I was totally in shock and really humiliated. I look after myself and I’m only 28. I just want to be treated with a bit of respect.’
Yesterday, nightclub bosses defended their ban, saying they had a ‘responsible door policy’.
Dean Hill, director of Nexum Leisure, which runs the clubs, said:
‘We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual. It is the venue managers who are on the doors – they make decisions on the doors based on our policies. They make judgements based on someone’s behavior, their dress, if they’re abusive and whether they have ID. And that is to make sure all our customers have a good night. At the end of the day, it’s private premises and we reserve the right to refuse entry for anyone.’