A two-person mommy was shocked when it was "thrown out" from a flight to easyJet after being "sexist" & # 39; the stewardess said to & # 39; put the top & # 39;
Harriet Osborne, 31, was forced to leave the flight and sleep on the floor at Malaga Airport with her friend before paying another £ 149 ($ 189) for home flight the next day.
Harriet Osborne did not wear a bra but had wrap covers. Signs: Sun / News Licensing
The spectator explained that he did not wear a bra, but had nipples and straps. She was also hiding in a friendly jumper, but she still turned around.
Harriet from Southwold in Suffolk told The Sun: "The crew was terrible and made me feel cheaper. This housewife faced me in front of the entire plane and said I was not allowed to enter this top.
"She said," Oh, no, move to the side, "and tried to cover my hands, she said," You do not come on my plane like it is – you need to put the upper part. "
Harriet was trying to get on a flight to Malaga Airport. Credits: PA
He continued: "Then he ordered me to leave the aircraft, so I naturally put the upper part. When I tried to go back, she turned to the terrestrial crew and said," It does not come on my plane. "
I was in shock. It was so sexist.
"We just had to go back to the terminal where the Spanish police stopped examining us. They were confused when I told them why we were thrown out.
"I never reveal my body at home, but I felt spontaneously while I was on vacation. I felt so self-conscious."
Harriet claims that a member of the cabin crew said to "put the tip". Signs: Sun / News Licensing
On the other hand, the easyJet replied, indicating that there was a quarrel that led to the incident.
The spokesman said, "We can confirm that a passenger who traveled from Malaga to Stansted on June 23 could not travel because of behavioral disorders.
"After worrying about her clothing crew, she kindly asked the customer to carry an extra tip for the flight that the buyer agreed.
"However, she continued with the disruptive action of a member of our crew."
"Our cabin and land crew are trained to assess all situations and to act quickly and appropriately. We do not tolerate abusive or threatening behavior to our staff."
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