- Bavarians have been assured that proposed European rules protecting outdoor workers from sun will not prevent beer-garden waitresses from wearing dirndls.
Dirndls, traditional in southern Germany, are known for their low necklines.
Frank-Ulrich John, a spokesman for a Bavarian innkeeper's association, told Deutsche Welle that the dirndl "is an integral part of Bavarian culture and joy of living."
Boob Ban Averted
It looked like the EU was going to force barmaids to cover their cleavage. But now this: