//United Airways agent stopped me for my revealing shirt: Passenger

United Airways agent stopped me for my revealing shirt: Passenger

A Colorado lady stated she was initially denied entry for her United Airlines flight as a result of her outfit was “too revealing,” she wrote on social media.

The incensed lady, who goes by the identify “Andrea Worldwide” on Facebook, wrote in a prolonged publish on Saturday {that a} male United Airways worker stopped her earlier than boarding her flight earlier within the month at Denver Worldwide Airport and requested her to “step aside.”

“At first I thought it was because I had a ripped ticket, but I later learned that it was because of what I was wearing,” she wrote within the Fb publish. “At this point, no indication was given to me as to why I had been stopped from boarding the aircraft other than a ‘dress code’ issue.”

Worldwide posted a photograph of her outfit, which she stated consisted of a giant scarf, a “knee-length cardigan” and leggings, along with the strappy shirt and undershirt.

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“Up to the point of boarding, I had been allowed to check in, breezed through security (where I was asked to remove said scarf and sweater) and was also welcomed at the United Lounge,” she wrote. “Yet during the final step of my Denver airport experience-the actual flight-I had to endure being harassed by someone who decided my attire was too much of a distraction for him to do his job.”

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After being held on the gate for 20 minutes, a feminine supervisor apologized to Worldwide and allegedly instructed her the shirt was “too revealing” earlier than providing her a $100 journey credit score, she recalled within the Fb publish.

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“I was singled out for no reason whatsoever other than to be embarrassed and humiliated for how I look,” she added.

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Worldwide was finally in a position to board the aircraft in time for her scheduled flight, however by that time, she instructed FOX Enterprise, she was “distraught.”

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A spokesperson for United Airways instructed FOX Enterprise the corporate is reaching out to the client “to better understand what happened.”

“At United, our goal is for our customers to feel welcome and have a comfortable journey,” reads a press release supplied by the airline consultant.

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