Notice that 99% of posters here that actually support SWA's actions are WOMEN who didn't give their email on their posts. LOL
Women are so JEALOUS of each other's looks! Sometimes I think it borders on a psychosis.
Do any of the people here that have spoken out in support of SWA have any concept of WHY what SWA did is not right? Here is the meat of the issue:
1) SWA does not have any published dress code or published notice indicating such attire is 'inappropriate' on it's planes. A recent call to SWA was answered this way: "You can wear a bikini if you want as long as all the right spots are covered".
2) The clothing worn by the woman was way more than legal both in her originating location and at her destination.
3) The woman was given no indication her attire might be a problem until AFTER she was seated. Why? ( We all know the answer to that).
4) Customers have flown on previous flights wearing clothing that was significantly more revealing (during Halloween) and experienced no problems. Why was this girl singled out? (Again, we all know why).
5) A flight crew or passenger has NO right to demand different attire on a passenger if the airline has no posted dress code and the person is legally clothed. Period.
SWA need's to realize that, if it wants to repair the damage done by this HUGE mistake, It's going to have to make it's policies and passenger rights known to it's customers PRIOR to flight.
This woman was treated in a way that, if it were me, I would sue too. I can't believe there are some people here who can't see the error in SWA's way's. To those people, all I can say is "Get over yourself".
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There is no excuse Southwest. None. You really screwed up! To anyone posting here that even THINKS the airline might be justified in it's treatment of this woman, I pity you. I really do.
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