A U.K. airline told a passenger wearing a crop top that she needed to “cover up” and that her outfit was “inappropriate,” though it has since apologized for its actions.
Emily O’Connor was flying from Birmingham, England, when Thomas Cook Airlines warned her “that they were going to remove me from the flight if I didn’t ‘cover up’ as I was ‘causing offence’ and was ‘inappropriate,'” O’Connor wrote on Twitter, along with a photo of her outfit. “They had 4 flight staff around me to get my luggage to take me off the plane.”
“I informed the staff that there is no ‘appropriate wear’ policy stipulated online,” she continued in a reply to her original tweet. “I stood up on the flight and asked if anyone was offended, no-one said a word.”
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