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A beachgoer was baffled after she was criticised over the size of her bikini by a furious mum.

Savannah Sims was sunbathing in a green two-piece on a beach in Hawaii when she had the “worst experience” and was told to pack up her things and leave.

Sharing her bizarre confrontation on TikTok, Savannah was stunned to see the same woman who criticised her choice of swimwear remove her skirt to reveal a "straight thong bikini".

Savannah quipped: "To call me out and then take off your skirt and be rocking a g-string, either she's a hypocrite or it wasn't about what I was wearing?"

The US tourist's version of events has now been viewed almost a million times on social media, as TikTok users chose who was in the right and wrong, News.com.au reports.

The mum of a family who took up a spot on the beach near Savannah expressed her disapproval to her partner before storming over to her.

Savannah said in the two-part video on April 11: “The mum starts saying to her boyfriend, ‘no I can’t have that’ and ‘that’s not OK with me’.

“I look up and she’s looking at me, so I asked if there’s an issue.

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“She said she doesn’t want to see my butt and lady parts,” despite Savannah explaining she was “laying on my back so she couldn’t even see my butt.”

Savannah showed the camera the apparently controversial bikini, defending it as "pretty frigging normal right?”

She was shocked to be told to go after asking “what do you want me to cover”.

Savannah continued: “She wanted me to leave, said I was in her way.”

One TikTok user responded: “But it’s a beach, what does she expect?”

“That’s when you just put your sunglasses on and ignore them. They should mind their own business,” another wrote.

It was suggested by some that it was the fact Savannah was not from Hawaii that landed her in hot water.

Someone commented: “Plenty of people wear bikinis smaller than yours, it’s because you’re a tourist.”

“We really just don’t like tourists but this is wrong as a local, I am sorry. The local girls here wear the exact same.” another wrote.

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