A young mother feel humiliated and disgusted, for sexual messages about her was shared by employees from the local wash bay in Cornwall in the Uk.
That she has shared on the social media Facebook and commented on in an interview with the local newspaper in Cornwall Live.
Emily George at 24 years old was sent pictures of group chat, where several of the people who worked at the Truro City Car, had had a conversation about her appearance in a sexual way.
A picture of Emily was sent to the group of employees, and then began a several of the male bilvaskere to come up with sexual comments to her picture.
'If I were single, I would like to fix her', it sounded in the one message.
another wrote that he would be sure to be present when Emily came to pick up her car.
When the young woman saw the messages, she contacted the business over Facebook.
'I understand really well that it can seem disrespectful, but to be honest, so it was probably just a compliment, though it was perhaps unprofessional', wrote the business back to her.
the wash-bay invited her to come down and get an apology, but Emily thought that it would be uncomfortable for her.
I had written to them about my car, and later, when I'm home again, I get a message from someone who has seen their group chat and my picture, she says to Cornwall, Live.
- I would not go there again, because I was humiliated and upset by it. So I told them that it was a disgusting behavior, and that they should behave professionally. Instead they go around and save women's pictures and sending cross-border sexual comments. They tried to give me the treatment of your car for free, when I said that I would report it, she says.
- I'm just a normal woman. As a customer, I asked not about it here. It is on the border to be sexual harassment. They think that it is a compliment, but it is not at all acceptable.
Cornwall Live have visited the wash-bay, where they have interviewed the owner, Daniel Morris. He would very much like to apologize for the whole incident.
- There are many men in this industry, and there can be a part of sexism. And it is something I would crack down hard on in my business. The boys thought that they wrote in a closed group - not that it makes it ok, it sounded.
He explained that he would do his to change the atmosphere in the future.
- Change is in the air, and men will have to stop behaving like this.