For those of you looking for a political post from me, you won't find one here ever. I'm here for the "hahas" and not the "boo-hoos!" So, if you want to laugh, I'm your guy!
So, anyway, you'll love this story! A South Florida woman claims she was kicked off of a Spirit Airlines flight from New Orleans to Fort Lauderdale because of the way she was dressed. She was showing too much boob, allegedly! The woman, who did not want to be identified, said in a TV interview, "It's not even about money. I was really embarrassed."
At least two passengers took to Facebook after the incident and posted that the flight attendants told the woman that " her bosom was too exposed." Her bosom? Who the hell still calls it a bosoms? Another passenger, who didn't know the woman, was also removed from that Sunday flight after she stepped in to defend the woman. I probably would have been kicked off too because seriously, why would you kick someone off for showing too much boobs?
Spirit claims a flight attendant made the suggestion to cover up, but that's not why the the woman was told to leave. According to a Spirit spokesperson, "Nobody was taken off a plane because of cleavage. People are taken off of planes because of their behavior." The spokesperson said the woman was intoxicated and a flight attendant spoke to her about it. He continued, "The flight attendant made that decision, and as she was leaving, she said, 'By the way, you might want to cover up.' It was more of a personal statement to her."
Donna Prieto said that her daughter was "humiliated" on the flight. She and some witnesses said the woman used a large coat to cover up, cried and then some passengers started to complain about the situation. The woman, her friend and another passenger were later asked to leave the plane. The woman was rebooked on another flight. The spokesperson for Spirit said they plan on getting in touch with the woman to fix the situation and make it right.
Now, what needs to be made right? If she was thrown off for being drunk, then why would the airline need to apologize for belligerence? They would need to apologize, however, if they felt they insulted the woman about the cleavage comment. Just saying! Either way, isn't Spirit known for being one of the trashier Airlines anyway? Aren't boobs allowed on trashy airlines? Flying home on American Airlines from LAX, that's all you see is cleavage, so I don't see what the problem was, unless the flight attendant was embarrassed because she was less endowed? Again, just saying!