A guy was thrown out of a shopping centre for wearing a kilt[GETTY]
A man who was wearing a kilt had been DUMPED of a shopping centre after protection informed him he was "indecently dressed".
Tomas Zahalka, 36, had been using the standard tartan Scottish apparel as he ended up being approached by a guard and informed to leave or they'd phone the police.
Mr Zahalka said: "I became told to get out or they would phone the police.
"I tried trying to explain to all of them that I'd already been right here several times and do not had a challenge, but they stated that wearing a dress did not fit company plan."
He wrote into shopping centre's headquarters to spell out the specific situation and ended up being incredibly informed he had been "ridiculous" for wanting to wear a SKIRT.
Mr Zahalka included: "the business composed straight back saying 'We find your event more than ridiculous.
"The shopping center has a definite code. If you cannot admire it, you need to go to other areas'."
The incident happened at a shopping center in Pardubice, into the north-east of Czech Republic.
Tomas Zahalka was informed he had been "ridiculous" for putting on a skirt [GETTY]
I happened to be told to leave or they might call law enforcement
A spokesman when it comes to firm said: "The center is checked out daily by 25, 000 men and women.
"not one of them wish to be bothered because of the improper appearance of various other shoppers.
"Mr Zahalka not only turned up with a dress and without proper footwear, and not just ended up being he dressed up in a skirt but it ended up being without undies.
"We look at this outfit totally outside of the social criteria of our country."
The headlines will never be welcomed by Team Scotland athletes, due to their male sportsmen putting on kilts to your games' opening ceremony the next day.
Designed by textile musician Jilli Blackwood the attractive consistent includes turquoise, fuchsia and navy tartan.