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Qantas passengers and the a former WWE wrestler Eva Marie, claims the airline lounge that launched her to wear ” active wear

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A former WWE wrestler who recently flew with Qantas claims to have launched it from the airline lounge in front of the bear, ironically enough, and loungewear.

Last week, Eva Marie, and cried out, Concerts, is on Twitter, claiming that she refused to be in the Qantas lounge at Melbourne airport because of her “active wear.”

Eva Marie is a former wrestler for the WWE, claiming that she was booted from the lounge to the transfer of the good, and loungewear.
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“By 2020, @qantas airlines to Melbourne, and that won’t allow a woman to have a business class ticket and the business class lounge, active wear. My company HAS a gym and an active lifestyle. Qantas would prefer to have their women dress up,” Marie wrote in the post, which also has a picture of herself in a cropped hoodie and sweatpants.

Marie, whose real name is Natalie Marie Coyle, ended up with hashtags that read “#genderdiscrimination” and “in#brisbane.”

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In a later tweet, Marie, added that her husband was allowed in the lounge, wearing just shorts and a T-shirt.

“Clarification: This is NOT the dress code of the [sic] problem is, I’m all in favour of a companies [sic] right to a fair dress code standards. However, to My husband, he would have no problem wearing them. While I was kicked out of wearing them. The problem I have is that the standards need to be unbiased, and enforce[d].”

Commenters were divided on the question of whether or not she agreed with the sitting area in the refusal of Marie to access, with a number of sticking up for her and the others to defend the “dress code,” she said.

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Qantas, meanwhile, says on its website that its team will be stripped of access to some items of clothing are too casual or inappropriate, such as:

  • Thongs and bare feet
  • Head-to-toe fitness wear
  • Beachwear (including board shorts)
  • Sleepwear (including ugg boots and slippers
  • A clean hi-vis clothing
  • More revealing, unclean or torn clothing

The site diagram also appears to show a pair of shorts, as is Marie’s husband, was said to be wearing, they were outside in the lounge area.

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As a representative of Qantas was not immediately available for comment.

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