An Irish model says she was told to 'cover up' at a Dublin hotel by a staff member as there were children present.
Tia Duffy says she was wearing a low-cut jumpsuit when she was getting her picture taken in the lobby over the weekend.
She says was 'humiliated' when a worker approached her and told her to put her blazer back on.
Tia told Newstalk Breakfast the hotel in question apologised over what happened, but she still wants to highlight what some women encounter.
She said: "I was fully dressed, by the way - just in case there were any doubts about that.
"I was in the hotel lobby, away on a girls' night out - I hadn't been out in a full year, since I've had a baby.
"I was wearing a jumpsuit that had a very low plunge on it. I'm a plus-size girl - I'm a size 14, sometimes 16 now. I'm really tall, so I find it hard to dress in dresses... I find it hard to wear a two-piece.
"You could see cleavage and a part of the bra, which didn't really seem that different to what other people were wearing."
Tia said it only took '20 seconds' for a staff member to come over to ask her to put her blazer back on while she was posing for a photo.
The model initially thought she was going to be asked to put a mask on, as she herself admits she was "completely in the wrong" for posing for a picture without a face covering.
However, it was a 'shock' when she was asked to cover up instead - initially thinking she was 'on a hidden camera show'.
She said: "[The staff member] said 'can you put your blazer back on'... she was very blunt about it.
"I was just in disbelief."
She said the hotel's response to the incident was "great", and acknowledged that it was "nowhere in their policy to say that to a customer".
Tia said: "The manager did apologise, which made me feel so much better.
"But I did feel I had to talk about it, because it could happen any other woman.
"I was humiliated, just because it was in front of my friends, who didn't see anything anything wrong with it.
"I've since spoken to family members who said 'you've just had a baby... if you want to feel good about your body, do it'".
Tia said she has taken lots of scrutiny over the years as a model, but this incident caught her off guard.