I work at Walmart – they dress-coded me after just 30 mins but people can't see what was wrong with my outfit | The Sun

A WALMART worker has claimed that she was dress coded by her bosses after just 30 minutes.

But, Yonna’s revelation left viewers slightly puzzled as they didn’t know what was wrong with her attire.

In a viral clip, the TikToker sported a hoodie underneath her yellow fleece.

She had opted to wear blue denim jeans and black boots that had studs on them.

Yonna told viewers: “I ain’t been here for 30 minutes and they dress-coded me.”

TikTokers were left baffled as they tried to work out what was wrong with the employee's outfit.

One said: “Bro, I literally don’t see anything wrong. They [are] messing with you.”

Another claimed: “They can’t dress code you. What’s wrong with what’s on you?”

But, some viewers speculated that her manager may have taken an issue with her hoodie.

Yonna's sweater appeared to have some print on the front of it.

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But, a TikToker, who purported to be a Walmart worker, claimed that their manager does not have an issue with staffers wearing hoodies.

Yonna later revealed that bosses have warned that hoodies are “safety hazards.”

Fans said the staffer should’ve just tucked the hood into her fleece so she wouldn’t get dress coded.

Earlier this month, The U.S. Sun reported how carefree ex-Walmart worker Davena Campbell never followed the retailer’s dress code.

In a viral video, she claimed she was the “most hated” employee.

Walmart revealed in 2018 that staffers could wear jeans and shirts of any color or pattern.

It meant that workers didn’t just have to wear blue clothes.

Workers can also sport casual shoes or sneakers but must wear their vests and have their name badges displayed.

But, staffers are banned from wearing loungewear such as leggings, according to Algrim.

And jeans cannot have stains, rips, or ragged edges.

Supermarket workers may be able to wear a company baseball cap.

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The U.S. Sun reported how a Walmart employee went to work on her day off and claimed she was dress-coded by the management in the store.

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