A JD Wetherspoon pub has been slammed by angry reviewers after it turned away two women for wearing underboob crop tops.

Mollie Wood claimed in a TikTok video that she was told her top was 'comparable to men taking their tops off.'

Mollie, who made the clip with a friend, said the pair were stopped as they walked through the pub in Reading, Berkshire and told their attire wasn't suitable, reports the Daily Star.

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"Why are women with bigger boobs sexualised to the extent that we're compared to men that don't wear tops?" she asked in the clip.

Mollie was angry at being barred from the pub

When Mollie challenged him, she says the manager defended himself and said he'd been "kicking topless men out all day."

Since her video was watched more than 300,000 times on TikTok, the Back of Beyond pub has received criticism in TripAdvisor and Google reviews.

But these have since been removed, Ladbible reports.

The title said one of the negative reviews moaned: "Kicked two girls out for wearing short tops, comparing them to 'men shirtless' - awful sexist behaviour. Stop sexualising girls' breasts."

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Now the pub is no longer letting people post new reviews.

A statement posted at the top of the pub's page reads: "Due to a recent event that has attracted media attention and has caused an influx of review submissions that do not describe a first-hand experience, we have temporarily suspended publishing new reviews for this listing."

The pub chain previously said no offence was intended when the women were refused entry but it stood by the decision of the manager.

Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon said: "Two female customers visited the Back of Beyond pub in Reading on Sunday evening at approximately 7.40pm.

"Shortly after entering, the customers were politely asked to leave the pub as, on consideration by the pub’s management team, their dress was not, in this particular case, in accordance with the company’s guidance to pubs on appropriate customer dress.

"What may be considered appropriate dress is invariably a matter of individual judgement and whilst no offence was intended to the two customers by the request to leave the pub, we support the approach of the pub’s management team in this instance."