Judy Cox was out shopping with her 19-year-old son at University Mall in Orem, Utah when she come across something so shockingly offensive she almost fainted: T-shirts with images of lingerie models.
The Utah mother was so outraged by the T-shirt display in the window of a PacSun store that she immediately went up to the store manager and complained – but not before shielding her precious 19-year-old’s eyes.
“On our way to another store we passed the PacSun store, and I just stopped dead in my tracks,” Judy Cox said.
“The bottom of one woman is completely exposed, uncovered and it’s a very provocative pose that she’s in,” Cox told continued. “Clearly it was offensive and I was most concerned about the youth and the children that would be viewing this.”
The store manager agreed that the t-shirts were a bit racy, but explained that they couldn’t take down the display without permission from the corporate office.
But that wasn’t good enough for Judy, who has apparently never walked past a Victoria’s Secret store.
“As I was leaving the mall I just had this thought come to me that I can’t leave it, I can’t let it stay in the window for three or four more days while someone makes a decision,” Cox said.
So Judy did what any sane Mormon mother would do and bought the store’s entire stock of offensive t-shirts. In total Judy spent $567 on the pornographic t-shirts, which she plans to return in 59 days – keeping in line with the store’s 60-day return policy.
However, with the inventory on these shirts at zero, the corporate office will probably just end up sending another shipment since they sold so well at the Utah location. So… she sure showed them.
Judy has since contacted two ultra-conservative organizations, Women for Decency and One Million Moms, to help in her quest to stop the spread of indecent material. Next week they will most likely tackle pornography by buying all the online porn they can find. That should keep them pretty busy.