Outrage as pub offers free drinks to women based on their BRA size – with the slogan 'the bigger the better' | The Sun

A PUB has sparked outrage after offering free drinks to women based on their bra size while using the slogan "the bigger the better".

The Woolshed on Hindley, a popular boozer in Adelaide, Australia, has been slammed online following the controversial move.

Free drinks were available for women – but only at the price of them removing their bras.

"Hanging your bra is uncomfortable, hang it up in the shed and let loose," the pub wrote in a social media post.

"That means you as well boys," they added.

Women who wore an A cup bra were entitled to one free drink, a B cup meant they could claim two free drinks and three free beverages were available to those wearing a C cup bra.


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Bras were hung from the walls inside the boozer as part of the promotional campaign.

But some customers took to social media to blast the offer after the Woolshed cancelled the event and posted a grovelling apology.

In a Facebook post, the pub said: "We would like to address the concerns that have been raised regarding a recent social media post shared by our nightclub.

"We sincerely apologise for the fact that the post made some of our patrons feel uncomfortable and body-shamed as this was never our intention.

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"Based on the feedback from our community we have cancelled the promotion and are workshopping ideas for different promotions that promote a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all.

"Moving forward senior management will be reviewing all promotional activity to ensure that it creates an inclusive environment for all our patrons".

But some viewers weren't convinced and left their comments on their disappointment below the post.

One user said that the promotional offer was a "terrible idea" and "seriously inappropriate stuff".

Another said: "Whoever was in charge of promos needs to be fired, there’s loads of promo ideas that work but aren’t gonna upset customers".

One more asked: "Do you’s even work as a team to discuss what actually looks good for your business before letting stuff like this get posted?"

This comes after one pub landlord in Dorset, UK, was slammed after telling a barmaid to go topless while pulling pints in his boozer.

Glenn Chadwick, who runs Hardy's Pub in the rural village of Dorchester, hosted the raunchy event to entice and excite his punters.

However, he was branded "out of touch" by locals left stunned by the scantily-clad servers.

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