Aerial Acrobat Sam Panda Popped For Violating Myrtle Beach Thong Ordinance

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Thong-wearing aerial acrobat Sam Panda found trouble with Myrtle Beach cops Monday after police were called to stop the Panda Express from parading around in her offensive swimsuit. Panda, extremely fired up on Facebook, made claims that a ‘Karen’ called cops on her and used a Myrtle Beach thong ordinance to have her booted.

Panda, who is best known as the woman who broke her neck during a performance in Bali, was asked to leave the beach because of the thong after three cops cuffed her and looked up the ordinance. According to Fox 8, cops were originally called — allegedly by a ‘Karen’, according to Panda — for two women wearing thongs and see-through tops who were “dancing and soliciting” videos.

Feel free to share. #cancelMyrtleBeachAlso, just to clarify. A woman called the cops on me because of my bikini. That's how this all started. Some Karen decided that my body was offensive to her and showed her child that her body could one day lead to her arrest. Her body could be the reason a grown ass man violates her. Her body is wrong.

Posted by Sam Panda on Sunday, August 2, 2020

Panda took to Facebook and went off over the situation. It doesn’t sound like the aerialist will be bringing her booty back to this beach.

If you are a woman, and you decide to call the police on other women for their bodies ON A BEACH, IN FRONT OF YOUR TEENAGE DAUGHTER…

You have allowed a 105 pound woman to get rushed, aggressively grabbed, manhandled, and cuffed. You allowed two women to be slut shamed publicly on a beach for their bathing suits.

And worst of all, you showed your daughter that her body is something she should be ashamed of and could be detained for. You showed her that a man can harm a woman over the way her body is viewed by other people. You have objectified a female body that does not belong to you and have showed your daughter that those actions are acceptable.

You should be absolutely ashamed of yourself. #cancelMyrtleBeach

Let me wrap up this one for you guys. Panda didn’t know the rules. Some lady that knows the rules couldn’t wait to call the cops because Panda and her girlfriend were most likely being trashy on the beach and if there’s one thing we know about Myrtle, it’s well-known for being a classy joint. One thing leads to another and the offended lady has seen enough.

Panda, who has seen a few things in life, thinks there’s no way Myrtle has a thong ordinance and gets the ‘tude with cops who are just trying to do their job. She goes into the cuffs because she’s squirrely and emotional. I’ve watched enough Cops to know this is when things happen.

The good news here is that Panda enjoyed some social media buzz and Myrtle Beach seems all classy which will land them a few dozen Ohio suburban families who planned on doing Destin before hitting Myrtle instead.

I would be fired if I didn’t include the video of Panda breaking her neck in Bali.

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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  1. her statement is ridiculous … different areas have different decency laws. she should have just said ..oops my bad and put on a pair of shorts and enjoyed her day. instead she has to play the victim and cry about how she was manhandled and her “body” is being oppressed and objectified. what a child.

  2. So, the woman who called… Let me guess what her husband or boyfriend was looking at prior to that call. 😂

    That encounter went exactly as it should have actually. Ms Panda and her cohorts didn’t really like it but they ended up leaving because the rules were explained to them and they chose to leave instead of complying.

    Nice job by the black officer at the end in calmly and rationally explaining the rules/law.

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