It was a very hot day for a wedding when this woman decide to ware a shot dress . Through out the event she was targeted by other female guests .
When a friend wrote about her story on social media it quickly went viral she gained support from people all around the world.
“Can we get some advice from you please? A friend wore this dress to a wedding in the weekend and got targeted big time,” she wrote, . “She says she got treated rudely by other women at the wedding who saw her as a target for wearing this dress. A woman came up behind her and slapped her on the bum and said it was on a dare from a group of other women who were watching and snickering. Someone else seemingly purposely spilt a beer on her.”
Krueger also took to Instagram to talk about the day’s events.
“If only I knew that choosing this dress for a wedding on a 90 degree day meant so many women would be outrightly rude to me, and even come up behind me [and] slap my a** as I’m standing alone,” Krueger wrote.
Krueger did say she was able to ignore the bullies and enjoy herself.
“Good thing for thick skin, being able to laugh at things and not take it personally, and good friends/hubby by my side #adultsarebullystoo,” she added, on insta.
Krueger subsequently decided to initiate a campaign called #KruegerKindness. It is a “movement for women, by women” to encourage them to do something positive for each other every day and post it on Instagram with the hashtag.
“A dress does not warrant being harassed by a group of girls to make me feel like I was in middle school again,” she wrote, according to the Herald. “I think everyone in this situation learn a lesson, myself included. Be nice to each other. It’s what we learn as little kids. Why can’t we do it as adults.”
Sources: Huffington Post, Herald