She Refused to Cover Up More at Her Own Pool. Is She Wrong?

Can you tell someone what to do in a pool on their own property?

Well, yes, technically you can, but would someone be an a**hole if they refused to comply with the orders shouted at them?

That’s a tricky one!

And now it’s up to you to read this woman’s story and see if you think she was out of line.

Check out what she had to say!

AITA for not covering up more to float in my pool?

“I have an above-ground pool in my backyard. It’s almost as tall as the fence, so you can see into it from my neighbours’ deck and lots of their windows. In short, it’s not very private.

I’m 8 months pregnant and getting pretty uncomfortable. Being in water helps enormously, so I like to spend a good chunk of time most evenings just floating in my pool. I wear a bikini to do this because it’s about a million times easier than fighting with a one piece.

The end result of this is that my neighbours get an eyeful of large, pale (wear sunscreen, kids!), stretchmark-covered belly when they look in the direction of my backyard.

The other day, my neighbour stopped my husband when he was on his way out to ask if I could cover up more in the pool. Apparently they’re avoiding using their deck because seeing so much of my body is uncomfortable for them.

My husband laughed as if they were joking and they didn’t press, but now they’ve started giving me dirty looks whenever they see me.

AITA for subjecting my neighbours to my pasty pregnant body on the regular?”

Take a look at what people had to say about this on Reddit.

This reader said she’s NTA and laid out the facts.

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Another Reddit user said she’s NTA and this is bonkers behavior.

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And one reader asked a good question…and then said how they would proceed if they were this woman.

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Now it’s your turn.

Let us know what you think in the comments.

Please and thank you!