Who is Kayla Eubanks? Wiki, Biography, Age, Southwest Airlines Incident, Video

Kayla Eubanks Wiki, Biography

A Woman forced to wear a pilot shirt after a plane outfit deemed offensive. a Southwest Airlines passenger Kayla Eubanks said she forced to put on a pilot’s shirt after her revealing top was deemed inappropriate for the flight.

Kayla Eubanks from Chicago said staff called her outfit “lewd, obscene and offensive” and refused to let her board the plane as it contravened the airline’s dress code.

Southwest Airlines Incident

A female passenger is furious after she claims Southwest Airlines tried to “police” her body, forcing her to cover up with a T-shirt belonging to the pilot before letting her on a recent flight.

She documented the incident through a series of tweets that included video conversations with airline employees and photos of the clothing in question.

Kayla Eubanks Wrote on Twitter

“Y’all I was KICKED OFF my @SouthwestAir flight because my boobs are ‘lewd, obscene and offensive.’ I was told that passengers may look at me in my attire and be offended,” Eubanks tweeted along with a bathroom selfie showing her ensemble, which included a long red skirt.

“I really wanna know why @SouthwestAir is policing my clothes like this,” she said in another tweet. “How will my shirt impact my flight, for myself, the other passengers, or even the pilot?

“Y’all have a dress code for CUSTOMERS who pay to get on a plane? It’s the constant policing of women’s bodies for me,” she added.

In another post, Eubanks shared a video she took of an employee searching for Southwest’s dress code policy just minutes before departure time, saying the staffer “practically did cartwheels to ensure that I wouldn’t get on this plane y’all. I was held at the gate for 30 minutes because of my shirt.”

“If it’s there, why can’t y’all find it?” Eubanks asks the employee about the policy. “If it’s there, why don’t y’all know it?”

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She then recorded the captain, who had just come out of the bathroom at the gate, walk over to her after being summoned by the employee.

“They’re hating on you because you’re looking good, is that right?” the captain says to Eubanks.

“If they’re like, ‘Hey, the rule says you have to cover up,’ do you have something?” he asks, clearly uneasy about the conversation. “Do you have a shirt or do you want me to give you one of mine?”