A woman was kicked off a flight after the passengers complained about her revealing outfits, but the airline said it was her behavior, not her attire, that got her into trouble.
The woman eventually became "disturbing" after being asked to switch the top, which other passengers on the EasyJet plane allegedly found to "reveal". While the woman agreed to have a new airline airline deal, she continued to act in a disruptive manner.
Harriet Osborne was originally wearing a clean top that left her nipples "clearly visible", MSN reports. Other passengers fleeing from Malaga, Spain, to London Stansted airport, complained to the flight crew about the outfit. The crew gave Osborne an extra tip to wear, which she allegedly required.
Unfortunately, Osborne apparently continued to interfere with a member of the flight crew, causing her to be removed from the plane. EasyJet says that if she hadn't behaved that way, she would have been allowed to travel, Independent.co.uk reports.
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An EasyJet spokesman told Fox News: "We can confirm that a passenger traveling from Malaga Stansted on June 23 could not travel because of disruptive behavior, following the concerns about her clothes politely answered that the customer had an extra peak for the plane that the customer agreed, but she continued to disrupt a member of our crew .
"Our cabin and ground crew are trained to consider all situations and to act quickly and appropriately. We do not tolerate abusive or threatening behavior towards our employees. "
The sun got pictures of the outfit, which can be seen here.
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However, Osbourne tells another. She told The Sun," The crew was horrible and made me feel cheap. This air hostess confronted me in front of the whole plane and said I was not allowed on that peak. She said to me, "Oh no, go to the side," and tried to cover me with my hands. She said, "You don't get on my plane that way ̵
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS "When I tried to recover, she turned to the ground crew and said," She's not coming on my plane. " Escorted away from the plane, Osbourne continued. "I was in shock, it was so sexist, I just broke out, and we had to go back through the terminal where Spanish police stopped asking questions. They were confused when I told them why we had been kicked off. "