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Playboy model with revealing top ‘humiliated’ on Southwest flight

A Playboy model traveling with her 7-year-old son said she was “humiliated and embarrassed” by a Southwest Airlines flight attendant who told her she couldn’t fly while wearing her low-cut leopard print top, according to a report.

Eve J. Marie, 26, who was headed from Dallas to Tulsa on Thursday, told Jam Press that the crew member told her she’d have to change out of the revealing outfit because it violated the airline’s dress code.

“When they threatened to remove me off the plane if I didn’t have a change of clothes, I felt completely humiliated, embarrassed and highly offended,” the buxom Instagram influencer told the outlet.

“I’m an A list member for SWA and have a credit card with the airline and I have perks that allow any person traveling with me to fly free because of my high status with the airline,” Marie continued.

“So even as being a loyal customer with them, I felt like the other women on the plane were judging me based on my attire and they were saying my breasts are too large,” she added. “Well, that’s something I can’t help.”

Marie said she’d been able to board an earlier flight without any problems at all.

“When the African American attendant called me over and told me they had called somebody to inform me of needing to change my clothes or be removed, I was so surprised,” she said.

“The attendant herself apologized. This flight was my layover and the first flight said nothing, so if this was truly the policy, then why was I not informed before I even boarded the first flight?” Marie said.

“I was scared that they would have left me stranded in Dallas when I was headed to Tulsa,” she added. “At least, return me back to the airport I departed from on the beginning (Florida).”

The flight attendant eventually gave Marie her uniform sweater to wear during the flight, according to Jam Press.

“In the end, I was forced to sit on the plane in front of all the other passengers with her work sweater across my chest,” said Marie, who complained that no one gave her a straight answer about the dress code.

She said Southwest has offered her $100 as compensation, but that it wasn’t enough to make up for the humiliation.

“I was completely upset and embarrassed at how I was treated,” Marie said. “The SWA policy on clothing says nothing about dress code except ‘lewd’ … in which I was not that.”

She added: “I would like better diversification training, a clear and fair dress code policy that is the same across all SWA flights, a public apology, and those responsible held accountable.”

The incident was similar to one from October, when a Southwest captain gave his T-shirt to a woman whose breasts were deemed “lewd, obscene and offensive.”

The Post has reached out to Southwest for comment about the latest incident.

According to material posted online, the airline “may, in its sole discretion, refuse to transport, or may remove from an aircraft at any point,” a passenger who engages “in lewd, obscene or patently offensive behavior, including wearing clothes that are lewd, obscene or patently offensive.”


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