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A crop-top and loose trousers were obviously too much - or, in this case for a little while - for Thomas Cook Airlines.
English Emily O'connor had the 2. march fly from Birmingham to Tenerife with the airline and had therefore dressed up in the loose, high-waisted pants and the black crop-top that showed her bare arms and the middle of the abdominal wall.
the Trip through the airport had gone unnoticed, but when she boardede the plane, she was reprimanded by the flight attendants.
she writes in a posting on Twitter.
the '(...)Thomas Cook told me that they would remove me from the plane, if I'm not 'covered me' when I was 'offensive' and 'inappropriate', she writes among other things in the advertisement.
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Flying from Him two of Tenerife, Thomas Cook duty me that they were going to remove me from the flight if I didn't “cover up” as I was “causing offence” and was “inappropriate”. They had 4 flight staff around me to get my luggage to take me off the plane. pic.twitter.com/r28nvSYaoY— Emily O'connor (@emroseoconnor) 12. march 2019
Opposite The Independent tells Emily O'connor, that she was on the way to his seat, when she was stopped.
- I had only gone a few steps when one of the kabinebesætningsmedlemmerne says: 'Pardon me ma'am, you are not properly dressed, and you did not adhere to our rules,' says the englishman.
The 21-year-old accountant-student could not believe her own ears, but was promptly showcased the airline's magazine, where, in a small note on page 113 states that 'customers wearing inappropriate clothing (including clothing with offensive slogans or pictures) will not be allowed to travel, unless it is possible to change clothes'.
She says further that she got the message to cover themselves, or get off the plane.
Emily O'connor stood up in the plane and asked if there were any who felt offended by her attire.
'If there is, I'll have to cover me', she said, but there was no one who answered.
According to the 21-year-old began the flight attendants then to look after her bags to put her to the plane, until her cousin, who traveled with her, gave her a jacket. Emily O'connor then continued his journey.
She did feel, however, shaken by the experience and describes it as the 'worst' in his entire life.
I felt so seksualiseret. They made me feel that I exposed myself.
On the trip home to the Uk with Thomas Cook Airlines, she was dressed in the same clothes, while no one - neither the staff or passengers - said something.
for The Independent apologise, a representative of the airline incident and to have hurt Emily O'connor.
- Our staff has the difficult task of implementing our (clothes)policy and get it not always done correctly.
According to Emily O'connor had a man board the plane in an undershirt and shorts, but he was not reprimanded by the flight crew.
Thomas Cook accused of seksualiseret a passenger. Photo: AP/J. W. Alker