Newsha Syeh, a 25-year-old Australian, was sent back to Paris last week at the Louvre Museum due to her outfit. "Yesterday in the Louvre I was stopped at the entrance by the guard because of what I wore," said the young woman in her history on Instagram.
"He made the most hideous and horrible gestures and facial expressions, he swore that he would cover me [le corps]In the eyes of hatred, he stopped me from entering – she continued – My heart was broken because I thought that the Louvre was free of this kind of archaic law. , Apparently not … "
"If I visited the church, I would understand"
Claiming that the museum did not have an official outfit and that she was the victim of "mad embarrassment", the young woman said in an interview for Daily Mail:
"I was already in the Louvre and it's beautiful, there are many portraits and statues of naked women, so I find it funny that someone who works there is offended and disgusted by the female body," he says. Before concluding: "If I visited the church, I would understand and dress properly".
Newsha Syeh was finally able to visit the Paris museum and publish some photos of her visit on your Instagram account.