This is ridiculous, the young woman should have been left alone and allowed to fly. I find it interesting that the majority of Southwest employees she encountered that day had no problem with her outfit. She was able to get her boarding pass twice both outbound and inbound, sit in the gate waiting area twice both outbound and inbound, and fly her return flight back to San Diego without any intervention. This says a lot about the employee who did single her out. Perhaps he/she was in error and exercised poor judgement. If Southwest wants to invoke dress policy then it seems all employees should be trained on what that policy is. This young girl was dressed they way most of her peers dress, nothing different, just visit any high school, shopping mall, or college campus and see for yourself.
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