I understand the argument that girls dress like this on college campuses, at the mall, etc. However, in those cases, we are not forced to sit next to them or have our children sit next to them and we are not forced to look at them. That is the essential difference in this case. An airplane is not only a public place but a very intimate environment where people are, literally, often touching strangers for hours. Decorum, cleanliness and an understanding of this unique environment is essential.
It's about time SW taught people who apparently do not know understand for themselves, what is appropriate dress when traveling in such a close environment.
I hope SW will continue to respect the rights of all its customers who don't want to sit next to a near-naked customer who doesn't have the common sense to know the difference between a wide-open college campus and cramped airplane cabin. I applaud SW on the actions it took in the Kyla Ebbert case.
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