Southwest Airlines kicks off another passenger for violating its fashion sense

Joe Winiecki, of Largo, Fla., boarded a Southwest flight in Columbus, Ohio, wearing a T-shirt for a fictional dishing shop which featured the words, “Master Baiter.” Winiecki said he was in his seat when an employee told him he had to change his T-shirt, turn it inside out, or get off the plane.

Earlier this year a Southwest flight attendant/waiter told a woman in a tank-top that she must either cover her cleavage or get off the plane.

Just a note to Southwest: Fashion police is a good brand differentiator if you’re the Queer Eye guys, not if you’re an airline.

Wonder if my readers from Trout Underground know which bait shop this is?

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3 thoughts on “Southwest Airlines kicks off another passenger for violating its fashion sense

  1. I can’t believe Southwest, which used to attract passengers with tv commercials featuring leggy stewardesses in mini skirts and go-go boots, is giving customers flack for wearing revealing clothes.

    Also must admit that it took me a minute to realize what was wrong with the Master Baiter t-shirt. I read it quite literally.

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  3. So it isn’t just bosoms that outrage these sky kings? I just posted a blog on my site (above) and invite you to check it out. “I’m Too Sexy For My Hat” – Voolavex.wordpress.com. Judging from your categories list we have many commonalities. I am adding you to my blogroll.
    Happy Holiday.

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