United Airlines stopped two young girls from boarding because they were wearing leggings
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United Airlines is facing backlash after preventing two girls from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings. The passengers were turned away from a Denver to Minneapolis flight on Sunday morning because they’d breached a dress code for those flying on an employee travel pass – which banned spandex or Lycra pants such as leggings. Although the girls agreed to change their outfits and were able to catch a later flights, the airline has received heavy criticism for its actions. Fellow passenger Shannon Watts of Denver claimed she’d witnessed Sunday’s events and questioned the airline’s decision to police women’s clothing.
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