9.07.2007

Southwest Arilines Redux

The gal that got temporarily kicked off the Southwest Airlines for a skimpy outfit is on The Today Show wearing the same outfit. I'm going to be late to Jacksboro if they don't put her on soon. Edit: Just saw it. I'll post it later. Skirt is just too short. But it was interesting to see that when she sat down NBC had to blur out the panty area (I told you it was too short.) I suppose the blur was put in between the live version on the east coast and the one hour tape delay we have here. Edit: The network discusses the incident (with pic of the outfit) here. Edit: The first of the screenshots appear.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did she say why she made her myspace profile private? I mean, that was fast, couple of hours tops.

Anonymous said...

The really amusing thing is Southwest started out with stewardesses in hotpants back in the '70s.

Anonymous said...

Get a grip on yourself...slow down. The "Arilines" won't take off without you.

Anonymous said...

I'll "blur out" her panty area...

Anonymous said...

That's a "hard" 23 year old (judging by that closeup on the NBC website) She's got alot of mileage on 'er. But then again she's probably never been up that early in her whole life.

Anonymous said...

she can fly on my airplane! rock me


the fake joe duty

Anonymous said...

I don't get it...it's obscene or inappropriate to show panties but ok to parade around the beach - and other places - in string suits.

BTW - who could see anything while she was sitting in an airplane seat? They're so close together you'd have to be in the seat back pocket to get the benefit of the view - whatever it might be.

Think Frustrated said...

They said that she "flashed" the audience, but they were just her underpants. Big deal. Really, what year is it 1954? We, as a society, are a little more liberal now. She was just going to be sitting on a plane. We should be kicking terrorists off of planes, not young girls who dress in short skirts. No passengers objected, the male flight attendant (make your own deductions) just made an arbitrary decision to kick her off.

House of R & R said...

10:06 Why don't you try to wear your "string suit" inside the airplane and see where it gets you.
Last time I checked an "airplane" and the "beach" were two different places.

Here's the kicker. An airline company or any other company can make it's own rules and regulations as it sees fit.

This girl and her family are looking more and more like idiots each day. Her skirt is too short. It is more suited for a "party atmosphere" instead of day wear. Whatever happened to good ole dads who wouldn't let their daughters leave the house looking like that.

Anonymous said...

Whew! Rough face. Very rough face.

Anonymous said...

Looks like shes been rode hard and put up wet

Denney Crane said...

When I look at her face, I think she needs to use every asset she has (including skin) to catch a man...

The Devil said...

This male flight attendant just released a stamement to the press and it looks like he was justified in removing her from the flight...apparently a dog trained to sniff for biological weapons alerted the flight attendant to a suspicious smell coming from under the girls skirt. She was only allowed back on the plane when she confirmed that she had worked a double shift at hooters, followed by fraternatiy party that lasted all night and she was unable to shower prior to her departure.

Anonymous said...

HBO is now permitting triple X rated film clips to be shown. This lady on a plane is the least of our worries.

mzchief said...

I do NOT care what people wear on an airplane so long as they do NOT stink from body odor, food odor, cheap cologne or booze, carry too much weight/size to fit in THEIR seat and spill over into MY seat, or have as an accessory a crying baby or bratty out of control child.

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To 11:27...
Hey! Hey! Hey!...
I have seen horses that have been ridden hard and put up wet and NONE of them looked THAT bad. That girl needs to keep away from the tanning booth.

Anonymous said...

For some reason, crying babies don't bug me at all. Even if they're right next to me. And if someone starts bitching to a mom or dad with a crying baby, I'll jump in and tell the hypocrite to shut up.

mzchief said...

To 4:31...
What makes the person who does not appreciate crying babies a "hypocrite?" I have actually seen IGNORANT parents on a flight NOT provide so much as a binky for the baby to suck on to alleviate the discomfort of the pressure change in the baby's ears during take off and landing.

Incidentally, my son NEVER flew before the age of 4. We went so far as to spend 4 days DRIVING to and from a relative's funeral in Savannah, Georgia to keep our son from having to fly at 18 months.

Anonymous said...

4:50, not people who shuffle around a bit and maybe give a reasonably decent glance or two to prompt a parent to try something new; it's the people who get truly bent out of shape at crying babies that are hypocrites. The ones that make a big show, try to be heroes, and say "will you please shut that baby up" as if they themselves were never a crying baby, or been in a similar caretaking situation with a baby. I fly a whole lot, and rarely will a baby go on for an intolerable time. It's not blatant hypocrisy, more in the "do unto others" category of how we should treat each other. And you should see how quick they back down when they get jumped themselves. To the approval of nearly everyone in the vicinity, I have seen. It's kind of like the hypocrisy inherently exhibited by every single person that favors abortion. Every single human being that favors abortion was not aborted. Their mothers let them be born, and in doing so enabled them to one day grow up and develop the opinion that others should not get the same chance. Real nice. I guess it's easy to close the gate behind us once we're through ourselves. On and on the hypocrisy goes. We don't want our land taken for a new highway, yet we happily drive on highways built on land that once was taken from somebody else. And then there's religion...OMG. There's not time, eh?

atvtrlrdr said...

She has butter face.

Everything looks good but her face.

Anonymous said...

mzchief i wish i could buy you for what your worth and sell you for what you think you are worth.

Anonymous said...

Ha ha 8:37PM. We had a friend who married a Hooter's girl. We initially only saw her there, under those special lights. When we saw her in full daylight, the day she married him, we discovered she had fake boobs, and was hare-lipped as well. I kid you not. They didn't stay married long.

I'm not believing this chick is 23 - 33 is more likely.

ex-eagle said...

10:02 - If you lived to be a 100 you'd still not have made enough money to buy Mzchief for what she's worth. You sound mighty jealous of Mzchief.

BTW, it's "you're" and just for shits and giggles I'll let you spend the rest of the day trying to figure out where you screwed it up in your comment.

Anonymous said...

I think the airline attendant was dead wrong! At least she was wearing panties! So what about the misfit, filthy young jerks who wear their pants down somewhere just above the knees? Anyone hear of them getting booted? I can't think of anything more obscene or disgusting to sit beside an airplane.

Anonymous said...

Go figger!

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CUSTOMER SERVICE MANUAL (Revised April,2003)

SECTION III Sub/N, Para 301.5:

Inappropriate passenger attire:

All women travelers must wear panties. When it is known that this rule has been violated, the subject passenger will be removed and ticketing suspended until the problem is corrected.

Panty Inspections:

Flight personnel will randomly and discreetly select female passengers for the purpose of determining adherence to this rule.

Anonymous said...

mzchief, too bad your parents didn't have the temerity to smother you at 18 months. Of course they probably couldn't get a word in edgewise.

oldphilosopher said...

Thats a hell of a banjo tune there .

Anonymous said...

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