Sharon Bain......you asked very pertinant questions. In the interviews and pictures, her shirt is so obviously "non revealing" that one is sure that can't be how she was wearing it on the flight. Southwest has always been very accomodating to all passengers. The other passengers on the flight have rights too, and if any ONE of them was offended by this girls appearance, then the attendant was required to act on it. And YES, if a complaint is made about someone's odor, that passenger is also contacted by an attendant, and either changed seating or asked to take the next flight, after cleaning up (frequently at Southwest expense). I am a frequent flyer of Southwest Airlines, and have seen many questionable passengers. Some of these had complaints made about them and were removed from the flight, and others were not. As passengers, we have the right to make our opinions known, and if they are valid, then action is taken.
Kyra is a very attractive girl, and she is gaining world wide recognition. I am sure this incident is being exploited not just for the possible law suit (why did it take 2 months?), but possibly for a carreer? Do you think it possible that television is paying attention, and she will be seen in other venues?
Come on people, Southwest acted responsibly. Had the attendant chose to ignore the complaining passenger, and the story was told, you would be fighting for the other side. Many of you bloggers just like to side with the "little guy" against big industry. Grow up. With life comes responsibility, and Southwest lived up to theirs.
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