Setara Qassim Cleavage: Southwest Airlines Asked Me to Cover Up Too
Sep 13, 2007
Another flier on Southwest Airlines has come forward and is upset that she was asked to cover up as she was dressed what the airline (or more likely some passenger that complained) too provocatively. Like Kyla Ebbert before her, she is now making the media rounds complaining.
Setara Qassim said she was asked to cover up because of her plunging neckline and short skirt. Setara says "the flight attendant came up to me and asked me if I had a sweater and I said no because why would I pack a sweater in the heat. So, I asked her why and she said I need to cover up."
She now says she felt like a physco all bundled up on the plane. Cable and broadcast media news show keep dragging these women and portraying them as victims. Ebbert even got a spot on the NBC Today show where she wore the same outfit she wore on the plane. She claimed it was no big deal and then after displaying her short skirt and saying it showed nothing she sat down and gave the Today audience a crotch shot of her white panties. (That story and a link to the revealing video is here).
Airline spokesman Chris Mainz says that Southwest lets their employees make the judgment call on passengerís outfits. ďWe donít have a dress code,Ē Mainz says. "We rely on our employees to use common sense good judgment and good taste. Itís so rare for us to have to address a customerís clothing issue."
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