Woman Allegedly Removed From Plane For Showing Cleavage

A woman was attempting to fly on Spirit Airlines, when she claims a flight attendant told her she would have to cover up her cleavage.  The woman then put on a coat and tried adjusting her top but the flight attendant kept telling her it wasn’t enough and she was ejected from the plane.  A second passenger tried to defend the woman against the rude and crude attendant and she too was thrown off the flight.  She explained,  “I was protecting the meek.”  Two other passengers who were on that flight confirmed the woman’s story on their Facebook accounts.

 On Facebook, two other passengers confirmed that the woman had been told by the flight crew that “her bosom was too exposed.” One of them wrote that the woman “tried to pull her top up further to cover more, each time another flight attendant came with the same issue, telling her in loud and rude tones that she’ll have leave the plane if she can’t get them covered.”

Donna Prieto, the mother of the busty passenger, explained that “My daughter was humiliated because [the flight attendant] said it out loud.”

Spirit Airlines denies that partially exposed breasts had anything to do with the matter. “Nobody was taken off a plane because of cleavage,” said spokesman Paul Berry. “People are taken off planes because of behavior.”

The airline alleged rather that the woman was intoxicated and creating a scene, causing other passengers to complain. Berry did, however, admit that the flight attendant said “By the way, you might want to cover up.” As for being intoxicated, the woman said she had a beer before boarding, but denied being drunk.

According to its corporate website, Spirit Airlines “is committed to offering the lowest total price to the places we fly, on average much lower than other airlines.”

Ironically, considering the controversy over the passenger with the low-cut sweater, one way the airline keeps its prices low is by offering what it calls a “stripped-down Bare Fare.”

I find it hard to believe that all four passengers got it wrong.  Spirit Airlines is now on my permanent boycott list.  They should have admitted to the shabby treatment this woman got from one of the airlines representatives and apologized for it.  In my opinion they are charltons and immoral assholes.

H/T Opposing Views


Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on Amazon.com "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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