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Boy, 10, is said to have been ordered to modify the snake, the T-shirt for the flight

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A 10-year-old boy was allegedly ordered to change his graphic T-shirt on a recent flight on South African airport because of the top with a picture of a hissing snake.

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Earlier this month, Stevie, Lucas, was on a trip to O. R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, south africa with his family, the security officers have been quoted as saying that the youngster couldn’t board his flight for his shirt as well, The Independent reports. As you can see in the image on the t-shirt that has recently appeared on Twitter, All black tee featured a large picture of a green snake on it.

The boy’s parents, Steve and Margarita, is said to have alleged that the authorities have declared that “slang, toys, and patterned clothing, and were not allowed on the flight, according to the Daily Mail. This is most likely the illustration of the species can cause a problem for the other passengers.

In response, Marga, is said to have instructed, In order to have the shirt inside-out, to be able to board their flight to Wellington, New Zealand, per the Independent. Local media reported that “the safety and security of the airport, the footage shows the 10-year-old, to take away his T-shirt and turn it inside out,” the outlet said.

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No tubes are allowed on the <em>thisss</em> airplane. A 10-year-old boy from New Zealand was allegedly ordered to change his graphic T-shirt on a recent flight on South African airport because of the top with a picture of a hissing snake.
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It is not clear at this time what is it about the airline company of the Lucas family that flew in during the Dec. 17 in the incident.

A spokesman for the O. R. Tambo International Airport, was not immediately available to further comment on the allegations that have been made.

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In related news, the singer, Aubrey O’day, who alleged that she was forced to remove her t-shirt, in the front of the plane”, because it featured the phrase ” f–k,” about an American Airlines flight in October. That same month, a United Airlines, a client called the carrier to allow a passenger to fly in a T-shirt that alluded to the lynching by the media.

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