Ok Southwest, first you have the disgracefull "skirt" incident and now you make a guy change his shirt because you thought it was too "sexual" for your taste. I have been a loyal SouthWest flyer for over 10 years now and you have just lost a customer. Delta...here I come and you can thank the self rightous clothing police at SW for my business. At least I know I can fly Delta and I won't have to check with the "skirt-shirt" police to make sure I'm dressed ok. Southwest should give both of these people free flights for life but you've lost thier bussiness already. You appologized to the induviduals but that's not enough. You must assure all of your customers that they can fly and not have to strip in front of a plane full of people just to make some over paid waitress doesn't get offended. You guys have taken yourselves way too seriously but I guess you'll have to now that other airlines will get all the business you've lost...like mine.
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After seeing all the comments posted I'm not sure if Southwest will take the time to read them all but here's my two cents...I fly my son on SW and have for over 10 years now. However, after the latest incident I'm not so sure I want to do business with SW again. There are many other discount airlines to travel that won't treat someone so badly as Kyla. Personally I think that jealously and personal feelings were brought into this when it shouldn't have.
Southwest...get yourselves together and I really hope that Kyla does sue and wins. It's about time that you realize we are not in the 1800's and women are not only highly independent but free to dress how they wish. Since you don't have a defined dress code you are totally in the wrong. Believe me...I've seen many a flight attendant wear a lot less than Kyla. I do hope you read this and learn from it or you'll be outta business real soon because women will no longer fly your airline.
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