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An Irish politician has slammed Lidl after a security guard asked her to cover up while wearing 'inappropriate' clothing in the store.

Lynn Ruane, who was dressed in a colourful swimsuit and a sarong during her visit to the store in Tallaght, took to Twitter to complain after she claims she was told to 'wear a different top' the next time she shopped at the Dublin Lidl branch. 

Expressing her frustration, she penned: '@lidl_ireland wants me to wear a different top to shop there apparently.

'As if me wearing a swimsuit for a top in the summer is any different to any other little tank top I'd wear.' 

'Get a grip. Men walking around in vests showing just as much skin.' 

Irish politician Lynn Ruane (pictured) claimed a security guard stopped her and told her to 'wear a different top' the next time she shopped at the Dublin Lidl branch. Pictured, in the colourful swimming costume

Irish politician Lynn Ruane (pictured) claimed a security guard stopped her and told her to 'wear a different top' the next time she shopped at the Dublin Lidl branch. Pictured, in the colourful swimming costume

The Senator (pictured) later added that perhaps there was too much of her bottom half on show

The Senator (pictured) later added that perhaps there was too much of her bottom half on show

Taking to Twitter, the Irish politician penned: '@lidl_ireland wants me to wear a different top to shop there apparently' (pictured)

Taking to Twitter, the Irish politician penned: '@lidl_ireland wants me to wear a different top to shop there apparently' (pictured)

It comes after Ireland and the United Kingdom are experiencing one of the hottest springs on record - with temperatures soaring to 27C. 

Lynn, who is an Independent Senator in Seanad Éireann, went on to say that when she returned home she 'berated' herself - despite it not being that dissimilar to any other little tank top she'd wear.

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