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Friday, 16 November 2007

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Southwest Airlines offered to fly Ebbert to her Playboy.com interview free of charge but accidentally misplaced her luggage

San Diego, California - In an attempt to make amends to Hooters waitress, Kyla Ebbert, for forcing her off their flight for wearing allegedly scantily clad clothing, Southwest Airlines offered to fly Ebbert to her Playboy.com interview free of charge. Only while on the way to the interview, Southwest Airlines accidentally misplaced her luggage containing the clothes she was to wear, forcing her to pose nude. Ebbert is once again considering legal action against the airline.

"My client thought this was all behind her," said the attorney for Ebbert. "She took up Southwest's offer to fly her, free of charge, to the Playboy.com interview as an act of good faith."

Instead, as Ebbert's attorney alleges, Southwest Airlines thought to further humiliate his client by losing her clothes, forcing her to turn up at the Playboy.com interview nude, not having any of her own clothing available to wear.

Ebbert's luggage, which consisted her hand purse containing her clothing, the size of a man's wallet, declared it missing while in mid-flight, a very rare occurrence, claims FAA officials.

"Most people do not lose their luggage or report it missing while in mid-flight," said an FAA official. "They usually notice that it is missing after they land."

Besides, the FAA does not consider it a valid lost baggage claim because it was a carry-on item and in Ebbert's custody at all times. As a result, Southwest Airlines is investigating the matter as a simple theft, rather than a baggage claim loss as well.

Because of Ebbert did not find her clothing to change into, she removed all her existing clothing while in flight, landed at the airport and disembarked from the airplane totally naked.

"All she was wearing was her birthday suit when she walked off the plane," reported a fellow passenger. "But she actually took off all her clothes way before we landed."

Reported by a number of her fellow passengers, Ebbert walked about the airplane completely naked shortly after the flight disembarked from the terminal, uninhibited or restricted by Southwestern Airline employees.

"She moved freely about the cabin, even convincing the airline stewards to turn up the heating because she was complaining it was too cold," said a fellow passenger.

As the temperature rose, all the other passengers had to remove their articles of clothing as well.

"Pretty soon she wasn't the only one that was naked," said another passenger. "I can't tell you what happened after that. Mostly because I don't remember as by then we broke into the mini-bar and started doing Tequila body shoots off her."

Southwestern Airlines refused further comment on the matter, but did insist that it is the official policy of the company to encourage all their employees to practice safe sex while in the sky or on the ground.

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