The British passenger took to Twitter to detail the alleged incident, and called the crew, who she claims harassed her and verbally abused her after she boarded the plane.
A woman on a Thomas Cook flight is the claim of the crew forced her to cover up what they considered an “inappropriate” crop top.
Emily O’connor, 21, from England, took to Twitter to detail the alleged incident and called the crew, who she claims harassed her and verbally abused her after she boarded the plane.
JETSTAR PASSENGER ACCUSES AIRLINE OF ‘SLUT SHAMING’ HER CROP TOP
In the long series of tweets, O’connor stated that she eventually did cover-up of the crop top – which she said she was going through security and boarding, in – after her friend on the flight gave her a coat.
The Twitter thread, which has gone viral with more than 15K likes, comments received from the users slamming the airline for the “terrible” actions.
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A Thomas Cook spokesperson said that they reached out to O’connor to apologize for the incident.
In a statement to Fox News, the airline said that it is a dress code that staff is responsible for the implementation.
“We find it unfortunate that we are upset Mrs. O’connor. It is clear that we could have handled the situation better. Most airlines we have an appropriate clothing policy. This applies in equal measure to men and women of all ages, without discrimination. Our teams have the difficult task to the implementation of that policy and not always the correct one.”
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According to the airline, the dress code, customers deemed to be wearing “inappropriate clothing (including items with offensive slogans or images), will not be allowed to travel, unless a change of clothing is possible.”