Mom says theaters shouldn't allow certain hairstyles after tall woman with a bun blocked her view

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Ellis Hensby says he couldn't see the screen due to the woman's hairstyle in front of her.

Low people often face big problems.

Nothing will ruin a good moment in the cinema that can see the screen. A short mother has had enough and believes that the theaters should act.

Ellis Hensby says he couldn't see the screen due to the woman's hairstyle in front of her.

Ellis Hensby says he couldn't see the screen due to the woman's hairstyle in front of her.
(Kennedy News)

Ellis Hensby, from England, took her children to watch "Frozen 2" at a Vue cinema in Sheffield. Unfortunately for the self-described "little person", she was trapped sitting behind a woman who had her hair in a bun.

In an image that Hensby shared on Facebook, the woman's hair is clearly blocking Hensby's view of the screen.

The photo was captioned, "I had the pleasure of seeing this lady's head and hair yesterday while my children saw & # 39; Frozen 2! & # 39; surely there should be a policy on how people should use their hair when come to the photos? And you need more height between your seats! A small person with a giant with a double head in front of them has absolutely no chance of seeing anything in their cinemas. "

Hensby wrote on Facebook: "I had the pleasure of seeing this lady's head and hair yesterday while my children saw & # 39; Frozen 2 & # 39;".

Hensby wrote on Facebook: "I had the pleasure of seeing this lady's head and hair yesterday while my children saw & # 39; Frozen 2 & # 39;".
(Kennedy News)

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When a commenter accused her of taking the picture from a deliberately low angle, Hensby stated that she took the picture from chest height, but that the woman's hair was still on the road at eye level.

Hensby talked to The Sun about his experience and said: “I had to sit extremely uncomfortable to be able to watch part of the movie, so it bothered me that someone put on their hair like that and didn't consider how it would affect the person sitting. behind them."

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Fox News contacted Vue Cinemas, who said they had no comments.