Furious Woman Claims She Was Thrown Off From Alaska Airlines Flight For Wearing A Crop Top

Posted by Sama in Bizarre On 16th September 2021

Howard's distressing ordeal of trying to board a plane but being stopped on three different accounts by the airline's staff, telling her, her crop top is showing indecent skin has gone viral on social media. The poor woman shares the hell the staff and the police made her go through on her flight and harassed her over her clothes despite her being wearing pretty simple clothes.

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Ray Lin Howard, a rapper who goes by her stage name Fat Trophy Wife shares her horrifying experience where she was escorted off a plane for wearing a crop top. Howards's TikTok video has gone viral.

Howard accused Alaska Airlines on harassing her and kicking her off the plane deeming 'inappropriate outfit.' 

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Howard shared the clip of her sitting in a room with police officers, sharing the account of events, saying: “I was harassed about my outfit”.

The musician from Alaska shares her distressing ordeal when she was approached by airline staff after saying that the crop top was showing inappropriate skin. She claims she was asked to put another top on, which she did.

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She alleged: “And then they approached me again, saying that I can’t wear this, my stomach is showing, and it’s inappropriate.”

Howard shares that she was approached by the airline's staff three separate times even after she had put on a longer covering top.

@fattrophywife

@alaskaair Flight attendant harassed and called the airport police on me for my inappropriate outfit. ##bbw ##plussize ##plussizeedition ##bbws ##fyp

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On the third time of being approached, she reportedly told staff: “If you’re going to kick me off, kick me off.”

In the clip, the police officer can be heard saying that no crimes were committed by her, @fattrophywife also said she looked up the dress code and believed her outfit was within it.

Alaska Airlines’ dress code policy is as follows: “The dress code on both Alaska and Horizon is casual, and the requirement is simply a neat and well-groomed appearance. Clothing that is soiled or tattered and bare feet are never acceptable. You are expected to use good judgment, but customer service agents will have the final authority to refuse travel for inappropriate attire or appearance.”

@fattrophywife

@alaskaair called the police on me for wearing this outfit ##bbw ##plussize ##plussizeedition ##flying ##airline ##alaskaairlines ##bbws ##thicktok

♬ original sound - Trophy

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In a follow-up TikTok captioned “@alaskaair y’all are hilarious”, @fattrophywife claimed Alaska Airlines gave her the money back for the three plane seats she’d reserved on the flight and “tried to compensate me for the situation by offering me a discount code to use on a future purchase”.

Alaska Airlines told indy100:

“We’re in contact with the guest. We’re committed to finding out what happened and taking the appropriate actions.

“It’s our goal to provide caring service to all of our guests. When we don’t live up to that goal, we do everything we can to make it right.”

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As a matter of fact, this isn't really the first time Alaska Airlines has been accused of rude behavior over a passenger's outfit.

A few months back, one passenger named Sierra claimed that she was slut-shamed by a flight attendant of Alaska Airlines for wearing a crop top and said that she allegedly grabbed her arm.

Sierra wrote in a TikTok: “When the flight attendant slut shames you in front of the whole plane and threatens to kick you off for what you’re wearing.”

At the time, the company responded to Sierra’s claims telling indy100: “We are in contact with Sierra and her family and are committed to finding out what happened and taking all appropriate action.

“It’s our goal to provide caring service to all of our guests. When we don’t live up to that goal, we do everything we can to make it right.”

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