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Southwest Airlines Female Passenger: Kayla Eubanks Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

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Kayla Eubanks is the  Southwest Airlines passenger who said she was prevented from boarding her flight on Tuesday because her breasts were deemed “lewd, obscene and offensive”. She was forced to wear a pilot’s shirt after the airline staff told her that her low cut top was offensive.

Kayla Eubanks launches Southwest Airlines flight

Eubanks took to Twitter to share his discomfort with the airline after he was not allowed on the plane unless he covered it. She wore a black strappy blouse, accompanied by a red skirt and black mirrors.

 

“I was all Kicked off my flight from @SouthwestAir because my breasts were” lewd, obscene, and offensive, “he said in a post Tuesday.

 

In another post, he shared a video of an employee looking for Southwest’s dress code a few minutes before departure, saying, “Y’all practically giggled to make sure I wouldn’t get on this plane. I was held at the door for 30 minutes because of my shirt.”

 

He later noted that the captain, who had just come out of the bathroom at the door, walked towards him after being called by the employee.

 

They hate you for looking good, right? the captain told him.

 

The captain gave him his own shirt, obviously uncomfortable with the conversation.

 

“If they say ‘Hey, the rule says you have to cover it up’, do you have anything? ‘” Do you have a shirt or do you want me to give you one of my own? “He asks.

The Statements of Southwest Airlines

 

A Southwest spokesperson said that the airline “reached out directly to him to apologize for his experience, and as a sign of goodwill he was reimbursed.” The representative added in an e-mail: “Regarding our policies, every situation is very different and our employees are responsible for complying with our Carriage Agreement on our website.”

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