MileHigh Airlines: "We boobed over topless stewardess fiasco"

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Sunday, 16 September 2007

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MileHigh Airlines in Dallas Airport today

Dallas, Texarse - (Ass Mess): MileHigh Airlines has had to apologise to a topless stewardess hired specially to distract anxious First Class passengers during periods of longhaul turbulence after she filed a 'cruel and demeaning treatment' suit for being ordered to 'cover up her best features.'

Californian Kyla Ebbert said that the airline's Chief Executive Gary Kelly ordered the plane's captain on a San Diego to Hawai flight last June to demand in public that she changed her uniform.

Moments earlier Kelly had found out that a disgruntled relative flying in Economy had complained at the lack of similar on-board faciliies at the cheap end of the plane.

Ebbert said she was on a MileHish plane ready to take off from San Diego when airline officials asked her to "take off my 6-inch heel lizardskin thighboots and matching micro hot-pants" and change into a standard-issue miniskirt, top and sweater.

"Well, just how gross is THAT?" Ebbert's deposition said today.

A thre hour delay ensued during which time Ebbert said she felt "totally grossed-out and humiliated".

Her lawsuit alleges "cruel and insulting" behavior and asks for a minimum of $5 million in compensation.

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