OTTAWA—Saying she felt “degraded,” an Ottawa woman is pursuing a possible human rights complaint against a local health club that asked her not to wear a tank top allegedly because of the size of her breasts. But the club, Movati Athletic, was fighting back against Jenna Vecchio Friday, saying while it did not intend to embarrass her, it was she and her husband who chose to make the dispute public. Vecchio said she has contacted a human rights lawyer and is considering her options after she was told by a female staff member at Movati that her black, form-fitting tank top was making other gym members uncomfortable. The incident, which took place last Saturday while Vecchio and her husband were working out, left the woman shaken. “It was humiliating because there were other members around (who) stopped doing what they were doing to listen in on the conversation,” Vecchio told The Canadian Press. “I felt singled out, degraded,” she added. “My chest became the focus of conversation and that’s not something a woman likes to discuss openly with people.” Vecchio wrote about her ordeal on Facebook shortly afterwards under the name Rose Nickels. The post, including numerous pictures of Vecchio wearing the tank top in question, has since been shared nearly 5,000 times and attracted international media attention. Vecchio returned to the gym two days later, where she cancelled her membership after speaking with the club manager, who promised to look into the matter and get back to her. But Vecchio didn’t get a response and said she only heard through the media that Movati is standing by the decision. In a statement, the company said it launched an investigation after it saw Vecchio’s Facebook post, and that it is upholding the decision to enforce its dress code. “Following Ms. Vecchio’s own social media postings on this matter, we conducted a thorough investigation which included first-hand accounts from members and other staff, and a follow-up meeting with Jenna herself,” said the statement.