I wasn't allowed on a plane because of my x-rated leggings

A WOMAN was kicked off her flight after being told what she was wearing was "inoffensive and inappropriate".

Hwang So-hee, a South Korean DJ who goes by the name of DJ Soda, said she was booted off her American Airlines flight because of her trousers.

Despite being able to get on the flight, which was due to take off from New York for LA, she was told to leave because of the leggings which said "f*** off" on them.

She shared her story on Twitter with thousands of her followers.

She explained: "A staff suddenly approached me to pack up my belongings and leave the plane without any kind of explanation.

"As I was escorted off the plane, they claimed that my sweatpants were 'inappropriate' and 'offensive' telling me that I need to take the next flight."

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She said she "pleaded to stay on the flight" as she had an important meeting but was told she couldn't by staff, even though she offered to get changed.

Hwang continued: "With my broken fingers, I hardly ended up taking off my pants in front of the whole crew and standing half-naked while they still refused to board me on the flight.

"They even sarcastically commented that I could have taken off my pants earlier."

She said she was eventually allowed on when she turned them inside out, but this was after delaying the flight by an hour.

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She finished: "I was mortified and trembling in fear for the next 6 hours on my flight back to LA.

"In my 8 years of touring, I have never experienced or been treated unfairly, especially in a country that is known for its freedom of speech and individuality."

While some people said she shouldn't have worn them, most were horrified by how she was treated.

An American Airlines spokesperson told Sun Online Travel: "American Airlines policies prohibit offensive clothing.

"During the boarding process for American Airlines Flight 306 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), our team members informed Ms. So-hee of our policies and provided her the opportunity to change out of clothing displaying explicit language.

"The customer complied with requests and was allowed to continue travel, as planned, to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).”

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In 2019, a woman was booted off an easyJet flight because they said her outfit was too low-cut.

And last year, a model was left humiliated after being ordered to cover up on a flight because her crop top was “too small.” 

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