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Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:07 am
by Tugger
OK...... I don't get it......

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/m.../braun/20070905-9999-1m5braun.html
I read this and just had to bring it here. What the heck is Southwest's problem? I have never heard of hti s before but I can understand as sometimes people just don't get it on dressing but this woman is not dressed any worse than what is normal nowadays.

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After the plane filled, and the flight attendants began their safety spiel, Ebbert was asked to step off the plane by a customer service supervisor, identified by the airline only as “Keith.”

They walked out onto the jet bridge, where Keith told Ebbert her clothing was inappropriate and asked her to change. She explained she was flying to Tucson for only a few hours and had brought no luggage.

“I asked him what part of my outfit was offensive,” she said. “The shirt? The skirt? And he said, 'The whole thing.' ”

Keith asked her to go home, change and take a later flight. She refused, citing her appointment. The plane was ready to leave, so Keith relented. He had her pull up her tank top a bit, pull down her skirt a bit, and return to her seat.


OK, I edited to remove the pic and not bust the copyright. Click here to see her pic (its worth it
http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20070905/images/braun220.jpg

So I ask our Southwest brethren (and sistren?) out there, what the hell was Keith's problem? It just sounds too bizarre.

Tug

[Edited 2007-09-05 23:36:42]

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:12 am
by Indy
The skirt is super short. She was able to sit like that in a chair for a photograph. Could she sit like that in the plane? Perhaps she was unknowingly putting on a show for the rest of the plane if you know what I mean. And who dresses like that to fly out of town for an appointment that lasts only a couple of hours? It is always good to dress comfortable when you travel but shesh. Maybe not everyone wanted to see the goods lol.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:15 am
by georgebush
She was most likely going to sort out divorce matters with her ex-husband, and wanted to make him jealous.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:16 am
by Analog
The part I find most interesting is the WN agent's response to whether one can wear a bikini top on the aircraft:

“We don't have a problem with it if she's covered up in all the right spots,” she said. “We don't have a dress code.”

WN wrote to the woman's mother (?) that WN enforces a dress code to:
"ensure the comfort of children and “adults with heightened sensitivities.”"

Interesting. Where's the burkha requirement?

From the article: “I see butt cracks, a lot of butt cracks"  Big grin

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:19 am
by MSYtristar
It really doesn't matter if others perceived it to be too short or what not. I don't see anything offensive written on her shirt. I agree that what she had on is not exactly ideal for flying commercially, but you know, in this day of age, nothing should really surprise anyone in regards to how people dress when flying. I have asked a teenager before to put another shirt over a tee shirt he was wearing which had a pretty offensive, vulgar word on it because that would have offended people.....and he agreed to....but legally, I just don't think the airlines have any grounds for pulling someone off a flight because they don't like the way they are dressed. It says something about society, sure, but it's the world we live in.

[Edited 2007-09-05 23:20:55]

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:19 am
by Indy
It may have been the skirt and he was too embarrassed to say it. Without turning this R rated perhaps he didn't want to say it wasn't the shirt or skirt but rather the lack of undergarments?

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:20 am
by MSYtristar
Quoting Analog (Reply 3):
WN wrote to the woman's mother (?) that WN enforces a dress code to:
"ensure the comfort of children and “adults with heightened sensitivities.”"

Adults with heightened sensitivities? What the hell? LOL

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:39 am
by Analog
Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 6):

Adults with heightened sensitivities? What the hell? LOL

Perhaps airlines should go back to the days when they handed out blindfolds to all passengers.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:42 am
by DeltaGuy
What a hottie though...who cares. The airlines need more eye candy these days. I wish more FA's were as smokin as her.

DeltaGuy

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:43 am
by Someone83
Thankfully, good looking and fit women are still allowed to wear a mini skirt here in Europe  Yeah sure

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:49 am
by yowza
Well she's not that hot and that outfit certainly wasn't that offensive. Perhaps those who weighted in on the Qatari Royal being booted off a flight thread would care to comment on western tolerance here?

My guess, the woman was being a bitch and the FA used whatever reason was available to boot her off. In my experience women who gravitate towards Gucci are bitches (see the bag).

Another possibility she was sweating like crazy and that white top became sort of see through.

YOWza

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:55 am
by EWRCabincrew
Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 6):
Adults with heightened sensitivities? What the hell?

The ability to crack a fat (pop wood, get a boner) at a moments notice.

"Keith" went overboard. What she had on is more than fine. I see far worse. The airline is not there to judge fashion. So she sits down and the possiblity of a vertical smile looms. BFD.

If "Keith" takes someone off for a mini skirt (and the possibility of the free show), where does he stop? Gnarly looking toes on someone wearing flip-flops? Breast augmentions that are wicked huge (and not in a good way)?

Someone takes his job far too seriously.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:56 am
by Indy
I'm not complaining btw. I would have gladly let her sit by me  Smile

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:00 am
by AH332
Hi,

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 9):
Thankfully, good looking and fit women are still allowed to wear a mini skirt here in Europe

Nicely put my friend!  thumbsup 

Cheers,
Imad

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:11 am
by MDorBust
No one on Southwest should ever fly with a mini-skirt on!!!!



IGNORE THAT PICTURE!!!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:21 am
by tsaord
Wow. Well summer is almost over. I have seen my fair share of skimpy here at ORD let me tell you. AA agents and some other TSA folks were talking about this young lady who looked like she just came from the hoochy club in the first class line. She had on heels yet her little diva shorts we just high and you could see her cheeks. She had on no panties!!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:27 am
by Tugger
Quoting Indy (Reply 1):
The skirt is super short.

Yeah but..... :

Quoting Tugger (Thread starter):
“I asked him what part of my outfit was offensive,” she said. “The shirt? The skirt? And he said, 'The whole thing.' ”



Quoting Indy (Reply 1):
She was able to sit like that in a chair for a photograph. Could she sit like that in the plane?


Well on the plane she'd have a seat in front of her.

Quoting Indy (Reply 5):
It may have been the skirt and he was too embarrassed to say it. Without turning this R rated perhaps he didn't want to say it wasn't the shirt or skirt but rather the lack of undergarments?



Quoting Someone83 (Reply 9):
Thankfully, good looking and fit women are still allowed to wear a mini skirt here in Europe

And thankfully they are allowed here too. I agree with your 'rolleyes', its a little strange.

Quoting YOWza (Reply 10):
My guess, the woman was being a bitch and the FA used whatever reason was available to boot her off. In my experience women who gravitate towards Gucci are bitches (see the bag).

A little bit presumptive of you. There was no comment about a confrontation with the FA and I can't believe that WN would not have mentioned that if there was.

Quoting Indy (Reply 12):
I'm not complaining btw. I would have gladly let her sit by me Smile

OK, I'm relieved, you had my wondering there for a minute. Big grin She can sit next to me anytime and if she has to climb over to get to her seat even better!  Smile

The ONLY thing I can think of is that perhaps she had an aisle seat and with her short skirt more than the skirt was visible as one walked down the aisle. But even still all the FA had to do was bring her a blanket and, with a big smile, let her know that the world could see her and it might be best to protect her dignity. Its not that tough to figure out.

Tug

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:27 am
by MSYtristar
Quoting MDorBust (Reply 14):
No one on Southwest should ever fly with a mini-skirt on!!!!

Ah yes, the real golden age of aviation!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:34 am
by Tom in NO
Quoting Indy (Reply 5):
Without turning this R rated perhaps he didn't want to say it wasn't the shirt or skirt but rather the lack of undergarments?

I'll say it.....perhaps the agent thought the lady was going commando, or perhaps wondered why she was doing her Britney Spears imitation  wink 

Nice backhanded jab at San Diego, though.....she's gotta go to fly to Tucson to find a doctor that she obvious can't find in LoCal. (and here I thought we here in New Orleans were hurting for doctors)

Quoting YOWza (Reply 10):
My guess, the woman was being a bitch and the FA used whatever reason was available to boot her off.

That thought crossed my mind, as well.


Tom at MSY

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:19 am
by RussianJet
I see passengers dressed worse than that EVERY day - and plenty of them.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:21 am
by Ramp2CSA2FA2FO
I have seen far worse board my airplane and would never think to say anything to any of my PAX about their attire. Though I might not agree with what they are wearing, we do live in a free country and as long as all the necessary parts are covered there should not be a problem. The outfit she was wearing actually looked quite nice compared to many other outfits I have seen. For those of You who travel, how often have you "people watched" in the terminal on ground sits, and wondered what the heck people were thinking when they got dressed? As far as the statement about "adults and children with heightened sensitivities", perhaps those people should not go out of their house. I am tired of having to walk on egg shells with people and their feelings........Grow up! For those parents who say it might be offensive to their children, these are probably the same parents who took their "children" to see the "Simpson's Movie". (My point here is that there always seems to be somone who has a double standard when it comes to something offensive to their children, which by the way I thought the "Simpson's Movie" was hillarious.)

Happy Landings

Jay.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:31 am
by dragon6172
Quoting Indy (Reply 1):
She was able to sit like that in a chair for a photograph. Could she sit like that in the plane? Perhaps she was unknowingly putting on a show for the rest of the plane if you know what I mean.

Wow, did not know that Southwest had seat pitch big enough for her to put on a show for the rest of the plane!! Honestly the only people who would have a chance at a show are the people in her row, or anyone moving in the aisle if she had an aisle seat. Either way, I dont think its that big of a deal.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:38 am
by Indy
I personally have no problem with it. And as a pig (male) I welcome it Big grin

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:42 am
by FLALEFTY
If I had been the captain, I would have invited her up to the jump seat in the cockpit.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:43 am
by PanAm747
Quote:
Well summer is almost over.

Not in San Diego it isn't...it's been ridiculously hot here with humidities more akin to the Amazon jungle. Knowing that air conditioning systems here haven't been able to keep up, perhaps she was dressing appropriately for both San Diego and Tucson.

As for "Keith", is it really his job to determine who is dressed appropriately or not? I ask that in all seriousness - who is the final authority on what a person can wear and what they can not?

Quote:
“We don't have a dress code.”

At some point, yes you do - every public place, whether it's written down or not, will tell the person wearing nothing but a "g-string and a smile" to leave and not return until they are attired more appropriately.

The question in this case is exactly where is this line?

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:54 am
by Arcrftlvr
Quoting Indy (Reply 1):
Perhaps she was unknowingly putting on a show for the rest of the plane if you know what I mean.

It would be impossible to put on a show with a seat or bulkhead about 33" in front of her.

Quoting Indy (Reply 1):
And who dresses like that to fly out of town for an appointment that lasts only a couple of hours?

And who are you to pass judgement on how anyone should dress.

Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 4):
wearing which had a pretty offensive, vulgar word on it because that would have offended people.....and

This is the problem with our stupid society. Everyone is way way too sensitive. So what if there was an 'offensive' word. What's the worst that can happen? Anarchy? Because someone's shirt says something that someone else doesn't like? Come on! I heard my first 'bad' word when I was 6 and I seemed to grow up pretty well adjusted. I hate how our society is so sensitive these days. It disgusting!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:56 am
by Boeing7E7
Quoting Tugger (Thread starter):
So I ask our Southwest brethren (and sistren?) out there, what the hell was Keith's problem? It just sounds too bizarre.

One thing not apparent, was she wearing anything under the skirt, and if not was this the problem?

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:58 am
by Indy
Quoting ArcrftLvr (Reply 25):
And who are you to pass judgement on how anyone should dress.

And who are you to make such a comment about my comment? If some 400lb guy wearing a thong only got on the plane and wanted to sit next to you would you feel a right to pass judgment? Ever walked through a store and thought "oh my god how can someone wear that?" It is my right as a person with eyesight to pass judgment on how someone dresses because I have to look at it. Society passes judgment on how people dress. It is a fact of life. It always has been and it always will be.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:09 am
by Arcrftlvr
Quoting Indy (Reply 27):
And who are you to make such a comment about my comment? If some 400lb guy wearing a thong only got on the plane and wanted to sit next to you would you feel a right to pass judgment? Ever walked through a store and thought "oh my god how can someone wear that?" It is my right as a person with eyesight to pass judgment on how someone dresses because I have to look at it. Society passes judgment on how people dress. It is a fact of life. It always has been and it always will be.

That's fine, but keep your judgements to yourself. I have thought the same things of other people, but I don't put them down in writing.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:11 am
by Tugger
Quoting Boeing7E7 (Reply 26):
One thing not apparent, was she wearing anything under the skirt, and if not was this the problem?

Again if that was the problem then that would have been an entirely different discussion between Keith and here and it would have resulted in a different letter and I doubt she would have been willing to do an interview with the local paper (though sometimes people just want attention don't they and both actions will certainly get her some. Looking at her picture it just doesn't seem like that's what she's after, the body language is wrong).

If she was indecent then Keith could have simply given her a blanket and told hew why. End of problem. Can just any FA call a passenger out? Or does it have to be some "special level" of FA (more experience, a purser, etc.)?

Tug

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:13 am
by XT6Wagon
want fun (of a sadistic sort), just think of the enjoyment that young woman would have jumping on a slide if they had to evacuate for some reason. More so if she "forgot" the underware that day. 100+ lbs of woman going with gravity, one large sheet of vinyl deciding that given the sudden contact of bare skin... gravity is going to at least for a short time lose the fight.

Aka why smart people wear non-synthetic pants on planes. Less chance if you win the OMGWTFBBQ EVERYONE GET OUT lotto, you don't win the "skin graft" lotto too. Even more so since you may be subjected to a trip down the slide even if your plane isn't going to kill you if you don't leave. A simple low speed overrun sticks the plane and makes it such that they can't get the stairs to you and such.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:19 am
by silentbob
Quoting PanAm747 (Reply 24):
At some point, yes you do - every public place, whether it's written down or not, will tell the person wearing nothing but a "g-string and a smile" to leave and not return until they are attired more appropriately.

I have always used the "tube top and a jockstrap" example myself, but yours works quite well.

Quoting ArcrftLvr (Reply 25):
And who are you to pass judgement on how anyone should dress.

We all judge everyone on some level be it dress, behavior or otherwise. We may not be vocal or even negative in the way we do it, but we all make judgments about people we see or interact with. The problem is when the person making that judgment uses some bit of authority to make an arbitrary decision.

On the original topic:
It's really not appropriate for flying but at least she doesn't outweigh me and dress like that. I see that all the time and I'm not a small guy.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:22 am
by Indy
Quoting ArcrftLvr (Reply 28):
That's fine, but keep your judgements to yourself. I have thought the same things of other people, but I don't put them down in writing.

I have a right to express my opinion just as much as you do. There is no difference in commenting on how someone dressed or how someone acted.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:24 am
by BNinMSY
Poor Keith .. it probably wasn't him .. but some freaked out passenger that complained and Keith had to 'respond' ... if he was serious Idon't think he would have closed the door and dispatchted the flight.

People dress like hoochies these days .. ESPECIALLY when they fly .. trying to imitate some celebrity I suppose.
It's ridiculous.

We also are known as the flip-flop nation overseas.... the national footwear....ridiculous! All those bad toes and cracked heals ... who wants to see that mess!?

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:25 am
by zvezda
Quoting Tsaord (Reply 15):
I have seen my fair share of skimpy here at ORD let me tell you. AA agents and some other TSA folks were talking about this young lady who looked like she just came from the hoochy club in the first class line. She had on heels yet her little diva shorts we just high and you could see her cheeks. She had on no panties!!

In Pridnestrovie it is common for skirts to not completely cover the cheeks, though thongs are usually worn underneath unless the weather is too hot for underwear. This sort of puritan attitude just inclines me to boycott WN.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:26 am
by ltbewr
Probably 'Keith' is some hypocritical prude, the kind that tells women how to dress, and (for example) supports the President's war in Iraq. Yes, her outfit was a bit small and tight, but at least she looked like the kind of body that works with that outfit.  biggrin 

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:28 am
by NG1Fan
Maybe 'Keith', batting for the other team, got a case of 'heightened sensitivities' and he freaked out!

I think he was out of line. The young lady in question looks hot and dresses in what I consider to be flattering to her figure. in Fat A** USA, maybe she's a freak?

Luckily, the rest of the world can have a bit of a chuckle of the sheer hypocrisy of US moral standards. Reminds me of the 'moral majority' who are neither.

Keith, grow up. If you must comment about her appearance, do so in private. And since when was it a flight attendant's purpose to selflessly guard a lass' modesty? Maybe she was too distracting for him - then the problem lies with him, not her. And I don't get the part about writing to her mother. She's of legal age, therefore, mum doesn't come into it, or so thought I.

NG1Fan

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:31 am
by N1120A
Quoting MDorBust (Reply 14):

Brilliant!!

Anyway, this is pretty stupid, especially considering that WN's home state of Texas is known for their women walking around with T&A popping out, not to mention being the home of the breast implant.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:32 am
by Lexy
Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 6):
Adults with heightened sensitivities? What the hell? LOL

That's EXACTLY what I thought! LOL!!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:39 am
by Silver1SWA
I never heard about this. Hmmm, interesting. There must be more to the story. You should see some of the outfits we see on a typical Friday night SAN-LAS flight.  biggrin 

I'll have to look into it.

[Edited 2007-09-06 02:43:54]

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:55 am
by Indy
Quoting BNinMSY (Reply 33):
Poor Keith .. it probably wasn't him .. but some freaked out passenger that complained and Keith had to 'respond' ... if he was serious Idon't think he would have closed the door and dispatchted the flight.

It could have been worse. He could have had to tell the person that they stink. What could be worse than that? Well maybe telling them they need two seats.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:56 am
by PanAm747
Quote:
Maybe 'Keith', batting for the other team, got a case of 'heightened sensitivities' and he freaked out!

If Keith indeed does "bat for the other team", he would have told her, "that's a lovely outfit you're wearing - if you're planning on continuing to have that affair with the school superintendent"...  rotfl 

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 9:57 am
by Tugger
Quoting Silver1SWA (Reply 39):
I'll have to look into it.

Hooray!....... Someone from SWA! Yes please do, I am curious as to "the other side"

Quoting Silver1SWA (Reply 39):
You should see some of the outfits we see on a typical Friday night SAN-LAS flight. biggrin

I can only imagine! But I know what I see at SAN when I'm heading out for travel! DAMN! (on both sides of OMG.... "Why would THAT person wear that" to "Huminah Huminah Huminah!" Big grin

Can you also answer:

Quoting Tugger (Reply 29):
Can just any FA call a passenger out? Or does it have to be some "special level" of FA (more experience, a purser, etc.)?

Thanks

Tug

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:03 am
by MSYtristar
Quoting ArcrftLvr (Reply 25):
So what if there was an 'offensive' word

The guy had F&&K in big print on his shirt. Not offensive to me...but the flight crew in the gate area sure noticed it and thought it'd be a good idea if I say something...so I did.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:12 am
by Mir
Nothing in that outfit, regardless of whether you think it looks good or not) that justifies removal from a flight. This F/A screwed up.

-Mir

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:12 am
by Delta767300ER
She has ugly legs, but I have seen people dress way worse than that on an airplane. She may be dressed like a hoochie but IMO its not that bad. I figured since Southwest has the reputation as "Wal Mart Air" they would not care what you were dressed like.

-Delta767300ER

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:19 am
by concordegboad
She looks so innocent in that SignOnSanDiego picture.

Now, take a look at her Myspace pictures and that'll change your mind! I won't link them here  Smile

She likes to show it, that's for sure and her attitude shows through!

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:30 am
by Airbus767
I've seen worst on CATHOLIC high school dress down days, and they don't get reprimanded. I can't help but wonder though, would she have been allowed to board on the Vatican's new airline?  scratchchin   Big grin

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:33 am
by Silver1SWA
Quoting Concordegboad (Reply 46):
Now, take a look at her Myspace pictures and that'll change your mind! I won't link them here

Wow, good call! Like I said, there has to be more to the story. I'm having my doubts that her appearance in that photo is a 100% accurate depiction of what she looked like at the time.

RE: Too Sexy To Fly? Southwest's New Attitude?

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:38 am
by Delta767300ER
Quote:
I've seen worst on CATHOLIC high school dress down days, and they don't get reprimanded. I can't help but wonder though, would she have been allowed to board on the Vatican's new airline?

That shows even more hypocraticy(sp) of the Roman Catholic Church but thats for another forum.

We all know she's a slut according to her MySpace pictures. Here is the link: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...=user.viewprofile&friendID=1411029

If she was dressed like a couple of her pictures, I could understand Southwest kicking her off.

-Delta767300ER