Is this outfit inappropriate for flying?

Is this outfit inappropriate for flying?

Is this outfit inappropriate for flying?

That changed after she boarded the flight, as cabin crew repeatedly asked her to cover up, reports The Telegraph.

The story featured in British national television and newspapers.

Her cousin ultimately gave her a jacket to wear, but flight staff did not leave until she "psychically put it on".

"It was so mortifying", she told Yahoo UK.

She challenged the staff. I stood up on the flight and asked if anyone was offended, no-one said a word.

She added: "The manager then went to get my bag to remove me from the flight".

This was when a fellow male passenger confronted Emily with verbal abuse, telling her "Shut up you pathetic woman. Put a [expletive] jacket on'".

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It left her "shaking and upset", she wrote. Her humiliation was intensified, she said, when someone from the airline made comments over the speaker about the situation. "No-one said a thing", she said, adding that her outbound flight was "the worst experience of my life".

She eventually borrowed a jacket from her cousin. As long as you can't see her nipples it doesn't really matter! "It was all I could talk about".

"I felt they were being sexist and misogynistic".

She posted on social media about the incident once she was back in the United Kingdom. The crew did nothing in response, she said.

In a series of tweets, Emily O'Connor, a resident of Birmingham in West Midlands, wrote that the cabin crew had raised objection to her crop top with spaghetti straps and high-waisted orange trousers, calling them 'objectionable'.

In another tweet, she said "a gent two rows behind me was wearing a vest top and shorts.yet clearly nothing was said to him".

"To be honest why did you make all this fuss and not just cover up and get on with the flight", wrote one Twitter user. I wish I didn't need to wear a bra with a crop top!

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The trainee accountant was sent messages of support on Twitter as she revealed her situation online.

The airline has now apologised to her.

Thomas Cook apologised, adding it was "clear we could have handled the situation better".

A Thomas Cook spokesperson said they reached out to O'Connor to apologize for the incident.

"In common with most airlines, we have an appropriate clothing policy".

For me as a woman, or a man, any gender, any sex, you should be able to show your body in any way you deem appropriate.
"Our crews have the hard task of implementing that policy and don't always get it right".

Thomas Cook says passengers who wear inappropriate attire "will not be permitted to travel unless a change of clothes is possible".

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