South Korean DJ Hwang So-hee was boarding a flight in New York to LA within the US when she was kicked off a flight and made to vary due to her leggings which had been emblazoned with “f*** you”
A girl has stated she was left mortified after she was kicked off a aircraft as a result of her “offensive and inappropriate” leggings.
Hwang So-hee, a South Korean DJ by the identify of DJ Soda, has claimed she was booted off a flight all due to what she was sporting.
Regardless that she was initially let onto the American Airways flight from New York to LA within the US, she was then instructed to depart due to her leggings which stated “f*** off” throughout them.
She shared her story on Twitter to her followers.
She stated: “A employees out of the blue approached me to pack up my belongings and depart the aircraft with none sort of rationalization.
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“As I used to be escorted off the aircraft, they claimed that my sweatpants had been ‘inappropriate’ and ‘offensive’ telling me that I have to take the following flight.”
Ms So-hee stated she “pleaded to remain on the flight” as a result of she had an essential assembly to get to however even after providing to vary was instructed she couldn’t.
She described what occurred subsequent as “horrendous”, and stated: “With my damaged fingers, I hardly ended up taking off my pants in entrance of the entire crew and standing half-naked whereas they nonetheless refused to board me on the flight.
“They even sarcastically commented that I might have taken off my pants earlier.”
After turning her leggings inside out she stated she was finally allowed again onto the flight however this was after delaying take-off by an hour.
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“I’ve by no means had a difficulty with sporting this pair of pants earlier than in my many months of touring in North America and they didn’t have any downside with me sporting it on the time of check-in nor after I sat down at my seat,” she stated.
She added: “In my 8 years of touring, I’ve by no means skilled or been handled unfairly, particularly in a rustic that’s identified for its freedom of speech and individuality.”
She claimed she was left “mortified and trembling in concern” for the six hour flight and stated she would by no means fly American Airways sooner or later.
On the airline’s Circumstances of Carriage, it says passengers should “gown appropriately” and “offensive clothes isn’t allowed”
Social media customers had been cut up over being aghast at her therapy or pondering her sweary leggings had warranted the ban.
American Airways has been approached for remark.