It really doesn't matter what Kyla was wearing. Southwest crossed the line. If they are going to enforce a dress code, it needs to be posted on their website, at their ticket office and ticket counters. Are they going to make all customers kneel on the ground and only allow them on the airplane if the skirt touches the floor? They should not allow individual employees to make the decision as to who is "dressed accordingly". Where do they draw the line when someone complains that the man sitting next to them has a shirt that has rode up to his armpits and his beer belly is hanging out? Where do they draw the line when someone complains that the man sitting next to them smells like he hasnt showered in a week? Will they take him up to the front of the airplane and say you can fly later, after you use a bar of soap, which you can buy at the gift shop. Will Southwest allow it's employees to decide whether a man in a turban is allowed to fly because it is offensive to some of the customers. It is discrimination!
It doesn't matter who or why. Southwest is discriminating against the freedom of choice. It is just wrong. Southwest really screwed up this time.
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