Are You Feelin This Get Up? Brazilian Student Expelled After Hecklers Run Her From School For Short Skirt

- By Bossip Staff

This is Geisy Arruda. Geisy is a Brazilian student that was expelled after showing up to class in the get up she is wearing in the picture above:

The Geisy Arruda video on YouTube might be in ANOTHER LANGUAGE, but it’s easy to see the hundreds of students heckling the 20-year-old for… wearing a short, hot pink dress to the Brazilian university. Since the October 22nd incident, Geisy has been featured on many talk shows and was expelled from the school for the scandalous outfit and media flurry that followed. Sources say there has been a huge public outcry, with the school calling the provocative dress a violation of “ethical principles, academic dignity and morality” (via AP). There have been reports of people taking out ads in the paper today to publicly chastise her.

The school says they expelled Arruda after talking to her many times to have her change her appearance. Instead, she allegedly posed for pictures and ignored the requests to cover up. Still, she doesn’t think her expulsion is fair. “I was the victim,” she said. “How can I be expelled? It’s absurd.”

That is an everyday dress for a college student in America. We thought Brazilians would be more understanding than that, but…

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  • dd

    Spanish? They are speaking Portuguese…damn people, for the last time they speak Portuguese in Brazil! Step your knowledge up.

  • Tracey

    First of all, why do people feel the need to heckly her? Bet they will be the first to wear a mini skirt to school tomorrow.

    However, why the need to dress like she is on the girls of the playboy mansion. It is school, not bimbo awareness week!

    The school if they are setting a precedent have the right to expel her, on the otherhand the girl is clearly being bullied and the school should set standards on that too.

  • Tracey

    And for crying out loud she is 20, not 13, 20, practically an adult. Presumably she is doing a degree, so to be expelled from that is well harsh over a mini skirt. She should have been asked to dress appropiately and the bullies should have been dealt with!

  • Black Woman

    Sad…. This don’t make no Dayum sense. People are nuts. If she wanna dress like a moon beam, an astronaut or a bimbo she may do so, as it is her right and the right of others to live free w/out foolishness. As long as she is not hurting herself or anyone else; who cares? The school needs to review there policies and procedures and come again… Crazy!!!

  • Boneca

    @ dd
    I agreeeeee with you…Brazil its the only country speaking portugues in south america…but I really tought today everyone would know this… tztztzz

    (bee this is for u)

  • Jay the Real One

    Leave her alone, she can wear what she wants it’s not their business I wouldn’t have even noticed I’ve seen much shorter.

  • Re

    I went to Brazil this past August. The way the women dress to the MALL is unbelievably skimpy. Don’t let me get started on Copacobana beach.

    This is a grown woman at a UNIVERSITY. If she wants to dress like she’s going to the club, then whatever. All of a sudden Brazilians are Mother Theresa? Ya’ll got 12 year old prostitutes hanging in the corners of Rio de Janeiro. I saw it with my own eyes.

    By the way, I hate her wedge shoes. She should have been ridiculed for those, not her dress.

  • CB IS A PUNK

    She has a right to dress as she feels but that outfit is not suitable for school. Is she preparing for a career in the business world or the street corner?

    I do feel people are taking it too far with ads in the paper.

  • Janae

    Even though lots of people dress like this, I think it’s inappropriate for a classroom setting. It’s too distracting. I’m glad to know other young people find it inappropriate also. She should have honored her school’s dress code expectations. She can dress however she wants on her own time or when she’s going to the club. But, that look isn’t appropriate for an academic setting.

  • Nique

    I agree she should be allowed to wear what she wants but you are going to school-not the club.And I find it very ironic that Brazil has the nerve to talk about morality.LOL

    And Geisy…step your shoe game up!

  • told you so

    This happened in Brazil? Must be more to the story!

  • anonymous4.0

    good, we need dress codes here in the US too. why do ppl think you should be free to wear whatever? she’s @ school, not at the dayum club. that dress is a distraction, when all the students are supposed to be focusing on their classes. Maybe if we all focused more on education, we’d all know they speak Portuguese in Brazil?

  • Tracey

    Re

    I went to Brazil this past August. The way the women dress to the MALL is unbelievably skimpy. Don’t let me get started on Copacobana beach.

    This is a grown woman at a UNIVERSITY. If she wants to dress like she’s going to the club, then whatever. All of a sudden Brazilians are Mother Theresa? Ya’ll got 12 year old prostitutes hanging in the corners of Rio de Janeiro. I saw it with my own eyes.

    By the way, I hate her wedge shoes. She should have been ridiculed for those, not her dress.
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    Classic LOL

  • Jay

    Inappropriate for a classroom settin…but this comin from Brazil!!!? Wow…

  • anonymous4.0

    y do ppl keep saying things about the bikinis and carnival costumes? Bikinis are appropriate on Copacabana beach, carnival costumes are appropriate @ the Sambódromo and ho attire is appropriate on the streets, NOT in a university classroom.

    expulsion was too much, but colleges need to make sure students understand this is serious.

  • Jay

    Think those guys might be playign for the other team, as thick as she is and they are making fun of them.

  • Ms.EJ

    Goodmorning to ALL I hope everyone had a great weekend 🙂

    I understand that she is an adult attending an “adult” university, but the key word is “university” not a “club”. At my former college I was shocked at seeing my fellow sisters wearing stillettos(sp)–>no exaggeration w/extremely short skirts or shorts w/extremely deep V low cut shirt(s) and I remember one time when the professor IMMEDIATELY told the girl to go back and change, that he was not going to allow her to be an distraction in his class, and she left w/no problems, let I mind you it was already in the broadcast that it was going to rain and indeed it did right when she left.

    Now, I’ve always been the advocate for those of wearing what he or she wants, because I am not along w/others are paying for their clothes, but I do feel that there is a time and place for everything.

  • Red

    Every Country has the right to not want to be the United States. This is a Brazil UNIVERSITY, and they don’t want it to be a Brooklyn Community College. They spoke with her and she decided she would continue to dress like she wants to. So now, she can take her hoochie behind to where her dress is more appropriate. Or dress down and concentrate on education.

  • Stop It!!!!!!!!

    Who cares!

  • Re

    @lawd da mercy

    Bless your heart, thank you. I can’t stand ’em.

  • Dirty Diana...Let Me Be ♪

    Expelled? well that’s a bit much

  • http://myspace.com/870bg Bg(~007~)

    I could believe this if it were anywhere else, but Brazil???

  • Nikkles

    There’s more to this story than they’re letting on. To EXPEL a student for his/her dresscode is ridiculous. They didn’t even give like a suspension or a warning of some kind? They just kicked her out? lol this is too weird.

  • LovelyLady

    Maybe they need to bring that rule over here and it would probably decrease the number of single mothers. lol. just joking kinda.

  • charlieblanko

    @VA, i noticed it, but the importance is less than the subject.

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