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Smyrna/Clayton Sun-Times
  • Shopper buys $565 worth of 'inappropriate' shirts to get them off display

  • A Utah County woman bought more than $500 worth of shirts she felt were inappropriate because she wanted to get them off display.
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  • OREM, UTAH - A woman bought more than $500 worth of shirts because she said they were inappropriate and she wanted to get them off display. Judy Cox said she was concerned with the messages and images printed on T-shirts on display in the local PacSun store window Saturday. Cox said they included scantily-dressed models in provocative poses, and she thought they should be taken down. Cox said she talked to the store manager about it, and other people apparently had complained as well. But the store manager claimed corporate wouldn't allow the display to come down until the promotion ended on Wednesday, according to the Daily Herald. So, Cox bought all the T-shirts - $567 worth - to get rid of them, she confirmed. She said she plans to return them on day 59 of the 60-day return policy and let corporate figure it out. Cox planned to meet with the city's attorney to discuss if the display was in accordance with the city's code. PacSun's corporate offices had not responded to a reporter's request for comment as of Tuesday morning.%3Cimg%20src%3D%22http%3A//beacon.deseretconnect.com/beacon.gif%3Fcid%3D146533%26pid%3D46%22%20/%3E

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