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Woman’s family allege that she was going to start just wearing a low-cut leotard

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A Spanish low-cost airline will be kicked off with a young woman in a low-cut, body-off on a flight but insists that she was booted because of her attitude, her clothes, which need to be considered to be in a bathing suit, according to a new report.

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The woman and her friend boarded the easy jet flight to Palma, the capital of the Spanish island of Majorca on Sunday for a vacation in Barcelona, according to the UK Mirror.

When a flight attendant stopped a woman, her friends gave her some clothes to cover up with, but she was still getting the access is denied and sent back to the terminal, according to the news outlet.

The woman and her friend boarded the easy jet flight to Palma, the capital of the Spanish island of Majorca on Sunday for a vacation in Barcelona, according to the UK Mirror.
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Her sister posted a sarcastic tweet directed at the airline.

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“These days, it is good company with @vueling has been banned, and my sister on board, simply by wearing a low-cut, body. Different people will have her clothes in order to “cover”, and yet, she didn’t let her in,” @olgacrvnts written in Spanish, and I have a video clip of the incident.

In a separate message, to be told the Reservation that, “if you don’t know what it is to be distinguished from the body of a swimsuit, it’s your business.”

The Spanish newspaper, is Perfect.the es states that the woman was wearing a denim mini-skirt on top of a black bodysuit, along with a pair of shorts.

She is reported to have jokingly offered to cover it with a sarong, and is a member of the crew, and took offense at the attempt at humor.

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The airline said the sister on Twitter, saying that the travel policy is applied to men and to women, to defend and to protect the safety and security of all passengers on board, and for regulating their conduct for the well-being of all people.”

In a statement released to the Mirror, said: “The passenger was wearing a bathing suit. The answer is given in the provider’s opinion, is offensive, and this is the only reason why he decided to make a call to the authorities and that they will not be able to fly.”

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The other passengers were saying that they did not have to be humiliated by the woman in the outfit that she had seen worse on airplanes.

This article was originally published in the New York Post.

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