HOW COULD THEY TURN THIS BABE DOWN? Model sues posh hotel who thought she was too common
SNOOTY bosses at a posh wedding venue must need their heads testing.
Because this busty future bride was turned away from a country mansion after being labelled not the right ‘type of person’ to hold a bash there!
There will be plenty of red-blooded males in Britain who reckon gorgeous Pauline Bailey, 27, is EXACTLY their type of party guest.
But the scorching-hot glamour model ( left) says she’s DEVASTATED after staff at Stoke Park Hotel, Bucks, accidentally sent her a private email discussing how to avoid hosting her marriage to partner Paul Carty, 51.
The sickening message, mistakenly sent by Stoke Park wedding co-ordinator Michele Connelly, reads: “I don’t think they are the type of people we would want to have at Stoke Park.”
But one look at THIS sensational topless snap might help change their minds!
Pauline, who yesterday announced she was suing the venue for ‘discrimination’, also goes by the name Rachel Taylor – a 32F pin-up who appears on late night telly station Red Light Central.
The beauty, who is an intelligent law graduate from Luton, told Midweek Sport: “We are both absolutely devastated.
“How dare anyone tell us we’re not the right ‘type of people’.
“We are normal people. We’re nice people. We had our hearts set on getting married at Stoke Park – whatever the cost.
“Yes, I’m a glamour model. But I’m hardly an undesirable. I feel ashamed and humiliated.”
Pauline’s lawyer, Christopher Scroggs added: “The response they received from the hotel was extremely unsatisfactory – which is why the couple were left with no alternative.”
A spokesman for the five-star hotel, which featured in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger, apologised profusely and confirmed they had received notification of legal action.