A mother slammed a woman with a big bun for blocking her view of Frozen 2 at the Vue Cinema in Meadowhall, Sheffield.
Ellie Hensby and her children went to see Frozen 2 at the Vue Cinema in Meadowhall, Sheffield but a woman with a big bun ruined her day.
The mother complained that she couldn’t see anything because of the woman’s hairdo. She said: “I had to sit extremely uncomfortably just so I could see some of the film so I was really annoyed that someone would wear their hair like that and not consider how it would effect the person sat behind them.”
“It could have been a child sat in my seat and they wouldn’t have stood a chance of seeing any of the film at all. She was really tall and I’m really short, which obviously couldn’t be helped, but her hairstyle was a choice and one that stopped me enjoying the film I was there to see with my two children.”
The mother urged people not to wear such a huge hairstyle and block people’s view at the Cinema. The mother also urged the cinema chain to introduce a “hairstyle policy” after the incident.
The mother added: “Not many people seemed to agree with me though with pretty much everyone agreeing that a hairstyle is more important than worrying about effecting other people, but the message reached one lovely lady who gave me a bit of hope that not everyone in this world is so self absorbed.”
“Half of the problem was also the fact that there wasn’t much height between the levels of seats, if there would have been more height difference between them I’d have stood a chance of seeing the screen over her big bun.”
Despite the woman ruined her day, Ellie said she didn’t say a word to the woman as she was already stressed as her kids were jumping and climbing all over the seats.
She added: “I didn’t want to make her any more stressed out than she already was. I doubt she would have been happy to take her hair down anyway when she looked like she had spent a long time getting ready.”
“I was asking if they had a policy about how big to wear your hair, I don’t think they do but could do with it when there’s people as inconsiderate as this. I couldn’t watch a film properly or comfortably because of the inconsideration of someone else.”
“If this post makes at least one person think twice about going to the pictures with a bun as big as their head on top of their head then I would say this post has done a bit of good.”
She said she was unable to change seats as the cinema was full and she had no choice but to sit at her place.
Some Internet users supported the woman and agreed that the cinema chain should introduce a ‘hair policy’ but some criticized the mother for publicly shaming the woman.
Ellie replied to those: “I wouldn’t say complaining on Facebook isn’t achieving anything, I’d say it’s raising awareness of how to be considerate to other members of the public when you’re at the pictures.”
[rumble video_id=v5cpbd domain_id=u7nb2]