Aly Raisman called out an airport security worker she says questioned whether she had enough muscles to be a gymnast.
No word on where or when this took place, but we can all agree with her: Rude, uncomfortable and not cool. "I don't see any muscles", he said, according to Raisman, before continuing to stare at her.
Raisman is all grown up now, as she turned 23 on Thursday.
This is not the first time that Raisman has publicly talked about being body-shamed.
"He represents the TSA, you represent the U.S. now who's better?" wrote one of the many users who commented to offer their support for Raisman. Last November, she opened up on her Instagram about being teased when she was younger because of her physique. To be treated the way she was for how her arms look may have been a very hard moment.
Someone on Twitter criticized Raisman as entitled, but she fired back at them. Thanks for forcing me to learn to love myself and my body.
Raisman, who has yet to officially confirm whether or not she plans to try and return for a third Olympic Games in 2020, was returning from what appeared to be an otherwise-fun-filled vacation in Turks and Caicos with a group of fellow gymnasts.
"Don't ever let anyone tell you how you should or shouldn't look", she wrote in her campaign message. "There is no such thing as the flawless body type".