BYU Student Scolded For Outfit In Secret Note On Valentine’s Day
PROVO, Utah (CBS Las Vegas) – Brigham Young University student Brittany Molina wanted to dress the part on Valentine’s Day by donning a feminine, floral outfit – consisting of a dress, tights, boots and a sweater – that left only her hands, neck and face exposed.
That was still too much for at least one of her classmates, however, as she was the recipient of a secret note reprimanding her for her apparent wardrobe malfunction.
Molina posted on her Twitter account about the reported incident yesterday.
“So this boy came up to me … I thought he was giving me a love note,” she stated. “Turns out…”
At the end of the message, she included a picture of the note (posted below), which tells her that her outfit may have a negative effect on the men and women attending class around her.
“Many people come to this University because they feel safe, morally as well as physically, here,” the note reads. “They expect others to abide by the Honor code that we all agreed on.”
The note concludes by asking her to “consider [her] commitment” to that Honor code when selecting her clothing every morning.
Molina attempted to mollify the situation with humor to her followers.
“You could see my hands,” she jokingly Tweeted. “And I had leggings so my knees were pretty revealing.”
Attempts made by CBS Las Vegas to contact Molina were not immediately answered.