A woman on TikTok went viral after exposing a party bus service for its discrimination against plus-size people. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fallon M. MS OTR. (@fallonlindsey)The 27-year-old Fallon Melillo was visiting Miami with a few good friends when they decided to hit up a party bus on the way to a club. Things quickly went south when Fallon discovered the party bus service had a size-based disclaimer on their event page. TikTokHowever, since Fallon's friend didn't hear anything about the policy when booking the party bus, and their group didn't have problems with any of the surrounding clubs, they decided to go ahead with the party bus.Unfortunately, when they got there, Fallon was quickly turned away for not fitting the "model-like" standards the party bus service claimed to laud, and the group was given a refund.In her viral video, Fallon shared that this all went down on July 31st, when she and her friend were headed to a pool party at Daer, a club hosted by the Hard Rock Hotel. The Spring Break Miami Party Service Bus was a listed transportation option on the Eventbrite page, and while Fallon clocked the notice about body types, they decided to go ahead and buy tickets since it wasn't mentioned over the phone.Fallon emphasized how unnecessarily cruel and embarrassing this policy was, and urged other people partying in Miami to avoid this party bus service at all costs. @curvybb please boost!!! #boost #miami #daerdayclub #partybus #plussize #biggirls #curvy #thiccc #fatphobia #fat #chubby #rue21BeYouChallenge ♬ original sound - Fally♥️ In a follow-up video, Fallon shared that Spring Break Miami Party Service Bus still hadn't contacted her to apologize or publicly acknowledged the incident at all. They had, however, changed the wording on their page description to be far vaguer.Instead of blatantly saying they don't accept bigger people, the company instead warned they can't always accommodate everyone: "As much as we would like to welcome everyone, admission to this exclusive event is very selective and we reserve the right [to] deny service.""What that really means is that if you're a bigger girl, they reserve the right to deny you," Fallon surmised in her reaction video. "So instead of blatantly showing their discrimination online, you have to go in person to be embarrassed and be denied at the door because you're bigger and plus-size." @curvybb Reply to @sammehwong666 update! #springbreakmiamipartyservice #daer #miami #miamibeach #fatphobia #discrimination #plussize #biggirls #boost #chubby ♬ original sound - Fally♥️ Not long after that, Fallon posted another video with the update that the party bus service no longer had any upcoming events on their page. TikTok @curvybb update 👀👀 #partybus #miami #miamibeach #plussize #fatphobia #curvy #biggirls #discrimination #bodyacceptance #chubby #bodypos ♬ original sound - Fally♥️ Later on, Fallon received an apology comment from someone who claimed to help run the party bus, it read:"Our ad included inappropriate language and it was rude to single out plus size women. We removed all of that. We are human and make mistakes." TikTokWhile acknowledging the apology, Fallon noted that what matters most is how the party bus company proceeds. Removing offensive statements from their website does nothing if they continue to discriminate based on body type, so it remains to be seen whether the apology was genuine. @curvybb Reply to @jeansnyc update 🖤 #plussize #biggirls #thiccc #curvy #fatphobia #daer #springbreakmiamipartyservice #discrimination #SHEINcares #chubby ♬ original sound - Fally♥️ Clearly, Fallon's experience resonated with a lot of people who have also dealt with this kind of mistreatment, and others who find it reprehensible these restrictions exist in the first place. Hopefully, her video causes this party bus company, and others like it, to rethink their tune.