On Tuesday, Salman Khan’s younger sister, Arpita Khan, took to Twitter to lash out against a famous multinational high-street brand’s outlet in the city. In her tweet posted on July 23 at around 9 pm, the star sibling criticised the store, mentioning that she was very disturbed by the fact that “…men walk all around in the ladies changing room, there are men sweeping while women are changing. How uncomfortable is that (sic)”.
Alvira and Arpita, Salman Khan's sisters, arriving at sessions court to suport his bother on Friday for a 2002 hit-and-run case in Mumbai on July 19, 2013. (HT Photo/Vijayaannd Gupta)
She went on to reveal in another post that she also complained about the situation and spoke to the authorities concerned.
“I did complain, and all the manager said was we have a office in the middle of the changing room, so the boys have to walk up and down (sic),” said the second tweet.
Arpita, who seemed to have left disappointed from her shopping experience at the store, made one final tweet about the issue before signing off for the day: “There are curtains no doors, and yes he was sweeping the floor while women were changing (sic).”