Friday, September 14, 2007

Southwest Airlines’ dress code -- Setara Qassim “me too”

Second Flier's Sexy Outfit Comes Under Fire
Flight Attendant Makes Woman Wear Blanket

ENCINO, Calif. -- A second woman is complaining after an airline took issue with her sexy attire.

Setara Qassim said she was flying home to Burbank, Calif., from Las Vegas in June when a Southwest Airlines flight attendant gave her a blanket and told her to cover up. Click here to read more.

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  1. The current brouhaha about the dress code and Southwest threatening to boot people off a flight. What a joke for Southwest Airlines acting as Fashion Police when their stock symbol itself on the NYSE is "LUV". Dont they get it?

    Parvez Siddiqi
    Madison, Alabama

  2. Thanks for the comment.
    So true. Hypocrisy. Must be Bush's influence ;)