Woman Kicked Off Flight For Wearing Revealing Top
A British woman kicked off an EasyJet flight for wearing a low-cut, sheer top has called the incident "sexist".
Harriet Osborne, a 31-year-old woman from Suffolk, was attempting to fly from Spain to Stanstead airport when she was told that the sheer, ruffled top she was wearing was inappropriate.
According to reports, an air hostess approached Osborne and said her top was too revealing for the flight, where children were on board.
The top Osborne wore was black and low-cut, with lace ruffles that did not entirely cover her nipples.
Osborne was told to put a jumper on before trying to board the plane again. She said she complied, but was not allowed on.
"The crew were horrible and made me feel cheap," she told The Sun.
Obsborne was forced to sleep at the airport with a friend before they could fly home the next day, paying £149 (AU $270) for another flight.
EasyJet have responded confirming the incident and claiming that Osborne acted "disruptively towards a member of our crew".
"Our cabin and ground crew are trained to assess all situations and to act quickly and appropriately. We do not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour towards our staff," it said.