Friday, January 21, 2022

The former Miss Universe was told by American Airlines to cover up before boarding a flight

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On Thursday, her sister Aurora took to her Instagram Stories to explain the situation, and the former Miss Universe is dressed in a black cardigan, sports bra and biker shorts — all things her sister felt were “appropriate.”

Olivia Culpo, the former Miss Universe, was ordered by American Airlines to cover up before boarding a flight to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with her family – and her sister was furious.

“Olivia and I are going to Cabo and checking out her outfit. she looks cute She looks appropriate. They call her to the desk and tell her to put on a blouse; Otherwise, she cannot get on the plane. Tell me, isn’t that so shitty?” said Aurora.

In the clip below, Olivia can be seen covered in a gray hoodie while comparing herself to a similarly dressed female passenger.

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“She covered herself … that’s weird,” said the passenger, even admitting that her outfit was cut lower than Olivia’s.

Latest Page News asked American Airlines for comment.

Aurora posted a final humorous photo of Olivia’s boyfriend Christian McCaffrey, a running back for the Carolina Panthers.

“When you freeze because your lady is inappropriately dressed in AF. Just like Jack from the Titanic died, ”read the caption.

For a limited time, watch the Instagram Story here.

Olivia also took to her own Instagram to share her sister’s stories with the caption, “Let Aurora create a scene. Hide me.”

Several recent reports have come from passengers whose clothing was deemed inappropriate for the flight.

In September 2021, a passenger claimed she was escorted by Alaska Airlines because she was wearing a crop top. She also noted that she was approached three times by staff about her choice of dress, although the first time she put on a longer top when asked about it.

Airlines can set their own dress codes. In June 2021, United Airlines revised its worker appearance standards to “better allow for freedom of gender expression so employees can feel their best at work.” Employees are allowed to have tattoos and piercings.

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