Woman 'violated' when afro was touched in Byron Bay club

A Queensland woman has expressed her frustration at having her afro constantly touched by strangers.

Connie Durant took to Facebook to describe the night she was 'violated' in a Byron Bay club after a stranger 'petted' the back of her head while she was on her way to the bathroom.

'Unfortunately on a recent night out in Byron Bay a scenario arose where I was made to feel uncomfortable about the way I look,' Ms Durant wrote on Wednesday.

Connie Durant took to Facebook to describe the night she was 'violated' in a Byron Bay club after a stranger 'petted' the back of her head

Connie Durant took to Facebook to describe the night she was 'violated' in a Byron Bay club after a stranger 'petted' the back of her head

A Queensland woman has expressed her frustration at having her afro constantly touched by strangers

A Queensland woman has expressed her frustration at having her afro constantly touched by strangers

'I have always understood I looked different to most Australians. I have an Afro, which I sometimes braid but is often worn naturally.'

Ms Durant explained people almost always comment on her appearance on nights out.

'As the night draws on, people drink more, inhibitions disappear and people ask to touch my hair,' she wrote.

On Saturday night Ms Durant was at a bar in Byron Bay with some

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