JC Penney - Women's Underwear on Display at Store Entrance
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON -- This store at the mall in Vancouver has two entrances: one to the mall and one from the parking lot. When one enters, the women's underwear is displayed for all patrons to see--families with young children, teenage boys, etc.
Is it necessary that all who enter get an eyeful of mannequins that are mostly naked? I heard a child ask a parent about the "swimsuits". And I don't appreciate having to shop for underwear right in front of men walking by.
Stores with more class have underwear away from main walkways. Is it asking too much for Penney's to do the same?