Teen fuming at school bizarrely photoshopping her cleavage in leaver yearbook

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A Catholic school student was left feeling red-faced after a claiming picture taken at her graduation was photoshopped to remove her cleavage.

Olivia Aloisi was told that the image that appeared in the school's yearbook had been edited for "marketing reasons."

The 18-year-old who attended Mary MacKillop College in Nundah, Brisbane claims she was told by the vice principal that her outfit was "not appropriate."

The school has reportedly imposed strict attire rules since, banning clothes with plunging necklines, low backs below the waist and high slits.

Embarrassed after the picture edit was pointed out by a fellow student, Olivia told the Courier Mail: "I went to talk to the vice principal at the time and said: 'that's just not okay,' and she basically said: 'well, you're standing front row, and you're in a low plunge dress – it's just not appropriate if we want to use that photo as marketing material for the school.'"

"I felt like someone from the school should have spoken to me before releasing the photoshopped and unedited photo to the entire grade – everyone could tell, but at least there would have been some sort of warning."

Brisbane Catholic Education was approached for comment.

The school has hit the headlines in recent days after students claimed they were asked to submit photos of their dresses so they could be approved ahead of this year's formal.

They said the school also issued a formal booklet setting out strict attire rules and had photographic examples of appropriate and inappropriate dresses stating "nothing low cut".

A student said many girls had their dresses "declined".

The college has since claimed "there was no process in place to approve dresses", and said the Year 12 students at this year's event were "both beautifully dressed and beautifully behaved."

"As happens every year, students were provided an information guide to the school formal," the statement added.

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