What SHOULD she have been wearing? A Burka?! Oh, I forgot...she DID end up wearing a Burka, because she was forced to sit under a blanket for the whole trip! What is the definition of acceptable attire by any person on a SW flight? I have witnessed truly appalling outfits on almost every SW flight I have ever taken. Let's look at this honestly...extreme body odor and/or pants hanging down and showing underwear (or worse) is okay, but this young college girl's T-Shirt and Skirt were not? I am further disgusted by the fact that SW has not apologized to this poor young woman, and has indicated that they felt the actions taken by their employee were acceptable. Well, I guess that means the next flight I take on SW, it will be okay for me to require that any person sitting next to me, that I find to be personally offensive, will also need to travel under a blanket in order to make the trip (this would include screaming babies, any man in a sleeveless shirt with armpit hair showing, anyone with poor personal hygiene, anyone wearing too much perfume, anyone in yellow because I hate yellow, and anyone with a bizarre piercing, tattoo or hair color/style! This is just reprehensible! I live in a college town and this young woman was dressed better than 99% of the kids I see every single day. She should be congratulated for making more of an effort than most young people make in their personal attire, and not humiliated and embarrassed!
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