Nisreen Swedberg & Sarah Williams Claim Southwest Airlines Discriminated Against Them Because they were “Too Pretty”
We’re to sexy for your plane, too sexy for your plane … or maybe we’re just too vane. Any one who remembers Right Said Fred and the song “I’m too Sexy …” gets the joke. By the way girls … you’re not all that.
Just when you thought you had heard it all. Along comes a claim of discrimination because of being “too pretty”. Coeds Nisreen Swedberg and Sarah Williams claim Southwest Airlines treated them rudely throughout their flight from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles.
One would think that maybe these two girls could be a bit more original in their story. Haven’t we heard heard this similar type story just recently from a Hooters waitress flying Southwest?
“I think they were just discriminating against [us] because we were young decent-looking girls,” Williams told TampaBays10.com. “I mean, nobody else on the plane looked like us except us. [The flight attendants] were like older ladies. We were younger. Who knows, they could have been just jealous of us because we were younger.” (Fox News)
Southwest Airlines stated that “the two passengers that are referenced in the media were using vulgar language, aggressive behavior, threatening gestures at 30,000 feet.”
Two Florida teenagers claim they were kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight from Tampa to Los Angeles because the flight attendants may have been jealous of their good looks and youth.