A WETHERSPOONS pub which kicked out two women for the 'revealing' clothes they were wearing has been flooded with negative reviews online.

Mollie Wood and her friend tried to enter Back of Beyond in Reading last Sunday, June 13, but were told to leave because their tops were 'inappropriate'.

She posted a video on TikTok about her experience of how she was denied entry because her cleavage was "comparable to men taking their tops off".

The pair were dressed in black halter neck style crop tops and a midi skirt because of how hot it was that day.

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Since the ordeal, Tripadvisor has banned punters from leaving reviews for Back of Beyond because of the sheer volume of scathing comments.

Tripadvisor said: "Due to a recent event that has attracted media attention and has caused an influx of review submissions that do not describe a first-hand experience, we have temporarily suspended publishing new reviews for this listing.

"If you’ve had a firsthand experience at this property, please check back soon - we’re looking forward to receiving your review!"

Reading Chronicle:

According to the Daily Mail, one user by the name of Issy wrote a review which said: "Sexual degrading of women is unacceptable.

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'Need a formal apology. There is no dress code so you cannot make up rules to humiliate women with real bodies.'

Screenshots of reviews were also published in the Mail online, with people branding the pub 'sexist' and 'not to recommend if you're a young woman'.

Wetherspoons have stuck by their dress code policy and believe the way the women were dressed was considered 'inappropriate'.

Eddie Gersho, a Wetherspoon spokesman, said: “Two female customers visited the Back of Beyond pub in Reading on Sunday evening at approximately 7.40pm.

“Shortly after entering, the customers were politely asked to leave the pub as, on consideration by the pub’s management team, their dress was not, in this particular case, in accordance with the company’s guidance to pubs on appropriate customer dress.

“What may be considered appropriate dress is invariably a matter of individual judgement and whilst no offence was intended to the two customers by the request to leave the pub, we support the approach of the pub’s management team in this instance.”