Southwest Employee Tells Passenger to Change T-Shirt

A Southwest Airlines employee was reprimanded after he asked a passenger to change his t-shirt because he thought it was offensive.  A Southwest spokesperson said that the airline did not have a dress code, so the passenger should have been permitted to fly. 

Oh, the shirt?  It had a drawing of a fisherman on it with the words, "Master Baiter."  Ugh.  And to think…people used to wear fedoras and suits to fly…

2 Comments.

  1. FYI, it wasn’t Southwest that told them to remove the shirt. It was an flight attendant, get your stuff right.

  2. If you do not know, employees represent their companies and are responsible for their actions. The facts are right.