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Lego Land - 'Skirts of appropriate length'

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TheSunnySide Fri 26-Aug-16 12:39:32

I've been checking out the T&Cs of Legoland and apparently they have a dress code.

"LEGOLAND Windsor is a family destination and we require that you wear appropriate clothing whilst in the Park. Shirts, skirts of appropriate length or trousers and shoes must be worn at all times. Any guest deemed by Park Management to be wearing inappropriate clothing may be asked to change clothes or leave the Park."

I wonder what they consider 'appropriate'. Are short shorts OK?

MagentaRose72 Fri 26-Aug-16 12:45:07

It's not very specific....I think they should be more specific and say what the appropriate skirt length is. After all, what's appropriate for one person isn't appropriate for someone else... grin

TheSunnySide Fri 26-Aug-16 12:51:04

they do let people wear swimwear in one of the attractions - in fact you have to if you want to go in it. I wonder if it is cordoned off in an appropriate way or if they police the length of swimming trunks.

*rushes out to buy a Burkini*

VestalVirgin Sun 28-Aug-16 00:29:01

So swimwear is allowed? Huh. Perhaps they had an incident with a scotsman whose kilt had shrunken in the washing machine and didn't cover his penis. grin

I mean, other than genitals showing because of too short skirts + no underwear, there's no reason any skirt at all would be less decent than swimwear, is there?

Hockeydude Sun 28-Aug-16 00:33:29

They have probably had to introduce it because people have gone shoeless and hurt feet, gone half naked and left sweat on plastic ride seat etc

JacquettaWoodville Sun 28-Aug-16 22:48:20

Since the choices are a skirt of appropriate length or trousers, are shorts banned altogether?

Bumbledumb Sun 28-Aug-16 22:57:34

They are clearly just covering their asses (if you'll pardon the pun). If some one is dressed inappropriately and they are receiving complaints, they can ask the offender to leave and point to the clause in the T&C if they object.

JacquettaWoodville Sun 28-Aug-16 22:59:18

Much better T&C - "asses and nipples to be fully covered at all times"


JacquettaWoodville Sun 28-Aug-16 22:59:53

<except if Breastfeeding, oops>

FrancisCrawford Sun 28-Aug-16 23:01:39

I'm fat.

Would a skirt of "appropriate" length be one that covers my fat knees?

Not that I care. It's just another body, even if there is a it more of it than there used to be.

I was wondering about shorts too. Surely perfectly normal summer wear for men, women and kids?

MrsJoeyMaynard Sun 28-Aug-16 23:06:49

It's not very specific, is it? How short is too short? Or is it an issue if skirts are too.long, in case a long skirt gets caught on something?

And shorts. Are we to assume that hot pant type shorts, or shorts of similar lengths are allowed?

I can see the point about shoes though, I can imagine that no footwear has health and safety implications they'd prefer to avoid. Although it's very unusual to see people wandering about in public with bare feet outside of beaches and water parks.

MilkTwoSugarsThanks Sun 28-Aug-16 23:11:22

Probably to stop people dressing like this...

MsAdorabelleDearheartVonLipwig Sun 28-Aug-16 23:17:11

Shorts of any length would obviously be perfectly fine, they're not going to flash your bits at an audience as you climb in and out of rides.

CuttedUpPear Sun 28-Aug-16 23:20:28

MsAdorabelle you clearly haven't been subjected to the kind of shorts we see around here, where you can virtually see the fallopian tubes of the wearer. Like a kind of denim g-string, if you will.

I know I won't.

FrancisCrawford Sun 28-Aug-16 23:37:47

My shorts expose a variety of surgical scars and some varicose veins.

I'm beginning to think it's my body that is inappropriate, not what I wear!

( actually,, I'm rather fond of my body, even the squishy bits.)

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