Because of his performance last week in Paris, the 25-year-old Australian Empire newspaper Newsha Syeh was rejected at the Louvre museum entrance. "Yesterday, in Louvre, I stopped at the entrance guard because I wore it," the young woman said in her Instagram story.
"He did the most resilient and violent gestures and facial expressions, he swore that he had hid me [le corps]. With eyes full of hatred, he did not allow me to enter, "she continued." My heart was stopped because I thought Louvre had got rid of this kind of arrogant laws. . Apparently no … "
"If I had visited the church, I would have understood it"
Demanding that the museum had no official dress code and that she was a "slam-horrific" victim, the young woman said in an interview Day mail:
"I've been to Louvre and it's beautiful, there are many portraits and statues of naked women, so I find it ridiculous that someone working there is offended and repented of the woman's body," she says. Before concluding: "If I had visited the church, I would have understood and I would be dressed properly."
Newsha Syeh was finally able to visit the Paris Museum and published a number of photographs of his visit in your Instagram account.