Woman says she was barred from boarding flight for her inappropriate outfit

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By James Kay

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A woman claims that she was stopped from boarding a flight because her outfit was deemed to be inappropriate.

Kine-Chan, a 21-year-old OnlyFans and cosplay model made the claim against the airline on social media after she was barred from boarding her flight at Navegantes Airport in Brazil.

The 21-year-old was cosplaying the character of Rebecca, from the popular Netflix series Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.

Though it seems that airport staff took issue with her attire, as she attempted to board the plane wearing a two-piece outfit that resembled a bikini.

Writing on Instagram, Kine-Chan told her 600,000 followers: "Xuxus, a very annoying situation happened this weekend! I tried to board at Navegantes airport dressed as Rebecca’s Cosplay for an event. I already knew that I could be late, so I was dressed so as not to waste time and could go straight to my room.

"But I was told to go home and change clothes because the one I was wearing was not ‘appropriate.’ I explained that I was going to an event. Anyway Rebecca barred lol."

It would seem like the incident split opinions as some of the Brazilian's fans appeared to side with the airport staff, stating that she should have covered up before boarding.

"Kine, I love you, but for God's sake... you could have put on something easy to take off, like a strapless dress or even a button-down shirt," one fan penned.

A second added: "Sweetie, great you were late and all, but throwing a dress or a blouse with shorts over your cosplay outfit wouldn't interfere with anything, would it? After all, it's almost panties and a bra."

Though a supporter of the 21-year-old said: "It is really disappointing to see that Balneário Camboriú airport has barred you, a talented artist, because of such an amazing cosplay by Rebecca. Freedom of expression and creativity should always be encouraged and respected. I hope situations like this can be avoided in the future. Keep shining with your art and your cosplay!"

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The cosplay enthusiast is evidently very comfortable with her body, as proven by her Instagram profile, but it appears that the majority thinks that she was wrong in this instance.

What are your thoughts on the matter? Let us know in the comments!

Featured image credit: Alavinphoto/Getty

Woman says she was barred from boarding flight for her inappropriate outfit

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman claims that she was stopped from boarding a flight because her outfit was deemed to be inappropriate.

Kine-Chan, a 21-year-old OnlyFans and cosplay model made the claim against the airline on social media after she was barred from boarding her flight at Navegantes Airport in Brazil.

The 21-year-old was cosplaying the character of Rebecca, from the popular Netflix series Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.

Though it seems that airport staff took issue with her attire, as she attempted to board the plane wearing a two-piece outfit that resembled a bikini.

Writing on Instagram, Kine-Chan told her 600,000 followers: "Xuxus, a very annoying situation happened this weekend! I tried to board at Navegantes airport dressed as Rebecca’s Cosplay for an event. I already knew that I could be late, so I was dressed so as not to waste time and could go straight to my room.

"But I was told to go home and change clothes because the one I was wearing was not ‘appropriate.’ I explained that I was going to an event. Anyway Rebecca barred lol."

It would seem like the incident split opinions as some of the Brazilian's fans appeared to side with the airport staff, stating that she should have covered up before boarding.

"Kine, I love you, but for God's sake... you could have put on something easy to take off, like a strapless dress or even a button-down shirt," one fan penned.

A second added: "Sweetie, great you were late and all, but throwing a dress or a blouse with shorts over your cosplay outfit wouldn't interfere with anything, would it? After all, it's almost panties and a bra."

Though a supporter of the 21-year-old said: "It is really disappointing to see that Balneário Camboriú airport has barred you, a talented artist, because of such an amazing cosplay by Rebecca. Freedom of expression and creativity should always be encouraged and respected. I hope situations like this can be avoided in the future. Keep shining with your art and your cosplay!"

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Credit: Instagram
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Credit: Instagram
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Credit: Instagram

The cosplay enthusiast is evidently very comfortable with her body, as proven by her Instagram profile, but it appears that the majority thinks that she was wrong in this instance.

What are your thoughts on the matter? Let us know in the comments!

Featured image credit: Alavinphoto/Getty