OTTAWA, Ontario (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Scotiabank Place security sparked controversy after ejecting a woman from the venue after she flashed her breasts during the a Kid Rock concert
According to the Toronto Sun, Andrea Irwin was pulled from the concert after she exposed herself to a Kid Rock camera man who was "encouraging" by taking shots of the crowd to project on onstage screens during the show.
"There were two strippers on stage and pornographic pictures in the background with women with their breasts exposed," Irwin told the Sun. "It was very X-rated. So I thought what I was doing was just part of the concert."
Scotiabank Place VP/Exec director Tom Conroy told the Sun that he was aware of tthe ejection and supported his staff's decision.
It is legal for women to go topless in Ontario since 1996, though the law appears to be unevenly applied. Irwin is claiming that her rights have been impinged upon and is asking for an apology and a refund for her ticket.
"I bought a new outfit, the whole nine yards, and I had a miserable time. I want my money back for the ticket and my ruined night," she said. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers