When Melissa Behnken from San Diego decided to take a family holiday with her three kids and US marine husband, she didn't expect she would need to cover up her clevage for the trip!
The family recently took a trip to Disneyland where Melissa was asked by a park employee to cover up her clevage.
The mother explained that while she was in Disneyland, an employee of the park approached her and said: "You need to pull your top up ... This is a family park, you are showing too much." 
Melissa was flabbergasted by the man and has since said: "I guess women with large chests are expected to wear turtlenecks their whole lives!"
Melissa has filed a formal complaint with the company. She has also received a phonecall from a Disneyland representative apologising for the incident. 
Disneyland have an official dresscode on their website in which they state: "Clothing, which by nature, exposes excessive portions of skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment."