Another flyer reportedly dressed down by Southwest – Sep. 13, 2007

September 13, 2007 at 11:36 am 2 comments

Another flyer reportedly dressed down by Southwest – Sep. 13, 2007

Let me ask you this Southwest Airlines…do you realize in the US we have something called freedom of speech and dress can be a form of that?  I have seen pics of both of these people and neither were offensive.

If you got a problem with it, stick it…..I’ll never fly you again on MY dollar.

I can see it if someone is naked or if every person on the plane complained about it, but 99.9 percent of the time, that won’t be the case.  Lighten up on these women.  There’s NOTHING offensive about cleavage to 99.9 percent of us.  If someone has a problem with it, they don’t have to look.


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  • 1. brian  |  October 9, 2007 at 11:27 pm

    Freedom of Speech (and if you derive ‘Freedom of Dress’ from that so be it) applies to the what government cannot infringe upon; not business. Businesses should be allowed (granted with some exceptions) to refuse service if they so choose. A dress code is not that unreasonable and is quite common in many circles and I don’t know that the dress code has to be written down. Sometimes they can be vague using terms like “..distracting or deemed offensive to others….”

    Perhaps Southwest is trying to appeal to a certain clientele and appropriate dress helps their business plan. Certainly they have a right to uphold a philosophy they have.

  • 2. gorkon  |  October 10, 2007 at 5:48 am

    You must understand that the flier in question did not have anything lewd on. It was merely a low cut dress. It wasn’t like you could see her nipples through the outfit or excessively short shorts.

    Freedom of speech CAN Cover clothing….the way you dress is a form of speech as dictated by the Supreme Court in a few cases. The Southwest flight attendants also gave the flier the dressing down in front of other passengers. Something you just shouldn’t do.

    Those are the passengers. NEITHER passenger, in my opinion, were dressed indecently. They were dressed sexily, but I see nothing that should bother anyone. I have seen worse in slocal restaurants in Columbus. It’s not Southwests JOB to police what their passengers wear. There job is to get me from point a to point b in a fast and comfortable way.

    My suggestion: If you don’t like looking at either of these women, then DON’T LOOK AT THEM!

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