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Female passenger is kicked off Southwest Airlines flight because her low cut top was 'lewd, obscene and offensive' - and only allowed back on if she wore pilot's shirt

Kayla Eubanks took to Twitter to share her annoyance with being removed from her Southwest flight to Chicago because of her halter top

  • Kayla Eubanks took to Twitter to share her annoyance with being removed from her Southwest flight to Chicago because of her halter top 
  • A gate agent struggles to find the policy that shows that Eubanks outfit is an issue 
  • 'They're hating on you because you are looking good,' the captain tells Eubanks, trying to diffuse the situation 
  • The captain would eventually give Eubanks one of his shirts, which she took off mid-flight 
  • Two airline supervisors talk to Eubanks once she lands in Chicago, telling her that she won't get on another flight with the top on 
  • Southwest Airlines claimed that they promote a 'family-centric environment' 
  • Eubanks was offered a refund for her troubles, the airline shared. 

A woman attempting to fly on a Southwest flight on Tuesday was forced to wear a pilot's shirt after airline staff told her that her breast were 'lewd, obscene, and offensive.'

Kayla Eubanks took to Twitter to share her annoyance and disgust with the airline after she was refused entry for a plane headed to Chicago. She sported a black halter top accompanied with a red skirt and black chucks.  

'Y'all I was KICKED OFF my @SouthwestAir flight because my boobs are "lewd, obscene and offensive,"' she said in a Tuesday post. 'I was told that passengers may look at me in my attire and be offended.'

Kayla Eubanks took to Twitter to share her annoyance with being removed from her Southwest flight to Chicago because of her halter top
Passenger forced to wear pilot's shirt to cover 'lewd' outfit

Eubanks would post a series of videos documenting her time at the gate. In one clip, a gate agent struggles to find the dress code policy she is trying to enforce on Eubanks. 

A gate agent struggles to find the policy that shows that Eubanks outfit is an issue

A gate agent struggles to find the policy that shows that Eubanks outfit is an issue

'This @SouthwestAir employee practically did cartwheels to ensure that I wouldn't get on this plane y'all,' the irate customer added. 'I was held at the gate for 30 minutes because of my shirt.' 

Unable to find the policy in question, the gate agent gets a hold of the plane's captain. He comes out and quickly makes light of the situation.     

'They're hating on you because you are looking good,' the captain tells Eubanks, who remains steadfast in her annoyance that the airline is attempting to police her body.

The pilot then tries to find a solution for Eubanks to get back onto the flight.  

'If they have it in their book that you have to cover up, are you willing to do that,' he asks. Eubanks retorts: 'I want to see it because right now its giving policing my body.'


Attempting to diffuse the situation, the captain offers to give Eubanks one of his shirts if she doesn't have something that she can put on.

'I need something to put on but I need to see the rule,' Eubanks asserts. 'I am curious, like what does it say.'

'They're hating on you because you are looking good,' the captain tells Eubanks, trying to diffuse the situation

'They're hating on you because you are looking good,' the captain tells Eubanks, trying to diffuse the situation

Eubanks would eventually share a photo of herself on the flight, wearing a large t-shirt that the pilot loaned to her. She took the shirt off mid-flight

Eubanks would eventually share a photo of herself on the flight, wearing a large t-shirt that the pilot loaned to her. She took the shirt off mid-flight

Eubanks would eventually share a photo of herself on the flight, wearing a large t-shirt that the pilot loaned to her. She shared that she took the shirt off mid-flight and was told that she would need to speak with a supervisor upon landing. 

Landing in Chicago, Eubanks gives the captain back his t-shirt as she gets off the plane. Two airline supervisors can be seen waiting for her as she departs. 

The pair struggle as they attempt to explain to Eubanks how she is being 'lewd, obscene or offensive' by wearing the shirt. They assume that she is wearing a swim top, to which she quickly corrects and informs them that the item is a halter top.

'Should I leave them at home,' Eubanks asks, talking about her breasts. 

She continues going back and forth with the two supervisors, who eventually tell her to 'try it' if she were to try to fly another Southwest flight while wearing the halter top. 

Two airline supervisors try to explain to Eubanks how her shirt was 'offensive' once she lands in Chicago
They struggle explaining how the outfit is offensive

Two airline supervisors try to explain to Eubanks how her shirt was 'offensive' once she lands in Chicago. The airline would eventually refund Eubanks for the trouble

'No one vocalized an issue except you all,' Eubanks chides as the clip comes to a close. 

In a statement to the Daily Dot, Southwest Airlines claimed that they promote a 'family-centric environment.' Eubanks was offered a refund for her troubles, the airline shared. 

'Our Employees are responsible for the well-being and comfort of everyone onboard the flight. We do our best to promote a family-centric environment, and we count on our Customers to use good judgment and exercise discretion while traveling. Regarding our policies, each situation is very different, and our Employees are responsible for following our Contract of Carriage, which is available on our website,' the airline shared. 

'The Customer was allowed to travel on her scheduled itinerary, and we also reached out to her directly to apologize for her experience and provide a refund of her fare as a gesture of goodwill.'

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Comment by stephen myers on October 13, 2020 at 11:36pm

What next? going topless, nasty dumb broad should cover up those knockers, AmeriKKKa is the Jerry Springer nation, they have taken over and are now the majority......God help us!

Comment by caribmama on October 13, 2020 at 9:34am

There is nothing wrong with what she has on. I have seen worst and I work in the hospitality industry.

Comment by rhethe etntehrt on October 12, 2020 at 3:44pm
Comment by rhethe etntehrt on October 12, 2020 at 1:41pm
Comment by vaughn mitchell on October 12, 2020 at 10:06am
Cover the f*** up, you have kids on the plane. It's a damn plane, not a damn club. They b**** about wearing what they want, then cry sexual abuse when a sexual predator come after them for wearing stuff like this on a plane.
Comment by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod on October 11, 2020 at 8:47pm
I agree ....tired of them and this undying search for attention
Comment by rhethe etntehrt on October 11, 2020 at 4:40pm
Comment by rhethe etntehrt on October 11, 2020 at 3:50pm
Comment by rhethe etntehrt on October 11, 2020 at 2:57pm
Comment by Jeffrey L Donovan on October 11, 2020 at 10:19am

The Gate Agent was probably saying to herself, Why I was not Blessed with two Gifts like hers.

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