That's fair enough. Typical sky news focusing on a headline grabbing story. These girls were on a company pass and had to adhere to a dress code. Simple really.
They were getting a free flight! Should have wore something according to the dress code and not dressed up like some tranny's because they were the face of the company! Poor reporting in that headline! Misleading the public.
+1 to the BBC.
It's emerged that the girls were flying as guests of employees and were therefore subject to United Airline's dress code, which bans "form-fitting lycra/spandex tops, pants and dresses" (among various other restrictions).
Flight attendant and author has Heather Poole tweeted that airlines often have dress codes for staff travelling for free, as they are seen as representing the company.
"Men have a dress code too. This is about being too 'casual'. We can't wear flip flops or shorts either," she writes.
Dress code for company discount. Has always been a thing. If you want to join people paying significantly more for business class who are wearing business attire then you can also wear remotely professional clothes, not gym attire. Always been a thing and always will be.
I work for an airline and we also have a dress code for anyone using our staff travel for either leisure or duty. People wearing Lycra or spandex would not be allowed travel. Not 'body' shaming or any other shite these people spew. Simple dress code! Celebs jumping on the band wagon as well, "look at me I'm progressive"... read what happened first. Fair play @UnitedAirlines, stick to your guns.
Well if they were wearing leggings like a pair of jeans then yes i agree. People have to cop on. Leggings are like tights, wear them under long tops and dresses. Blah! 😉😂
Free employee pass tickets have plenty of rules attached, if you don't like the rules PAY for a ticket.
so just pay for the ticket instead of trying to scab a free ride. #tightwads
Too many ladies wear Lycra when they shouldnt do. Subjecting people to unsightly views. Fitting a litre into a pint glass. Respect the airlines wishes if you get a free ride.
A good day for United Airlines. Bad day for SJWs and fake new outlets.
I wonder if the people who tweeted the fake news originally will be prosecuted for shaming, ie slandering, United Airlines?