No PJ’s at cinema

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Hawera Cinema has had to get tough on people turning up to watch films in their pyjamas, onesies and dirty workboots.

“We have a dress code at Hāwera Cinemas,” the original message read. “It’s simple really, as long as you are appropriately dressed and are wearing clean footwear you are good to go.

“Please no pyjamas, onesies, dressing gowns or dirty gumboots – no matter how cute they are!”

They have now made global news with the likes of BBC and The Guardian picking up of the story.

Hawera is a small town in Taranaki.

25 Responses

  1. pajamas are a sence of style aswell and alot of people fall asleep in the ciemas

  2. Why no pjs in cinemas thats soo unfair there is no valid reason for that rule no workboots is understandable but no pjs?!!!

  3. If the movie was at night then people might wear pjs.
    No matter how cute they are

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