Aviation authorities the world over have come together and unanimously agreed that no one will be allowed to wear their own clothes on any flights, anywhere, effective immediately.
Following on from previous security related flying restriction like carrying make-up in a see through, zip-lock bag, not being allowed any liquid containers larger than 150mil' capacity and no sharp objects in carry on luggage.
They have now taken the next sensible step and stopped all carry on luggage of any kind and all personal effects, including clothing, will be confiscated for the duration of the flight, sealed into the hold and returned upon arrival at your destination in the baggage reclaim area.
For travellers ease and comfort, "a one size fits all" jumpsuit will be issued to passengers, grey for men and green for women, upon the handing over of personal items.
The reasoning behind the new scheme is to ease the fears of those passengers and airline companies who have voiced concerns whenever individuals are seen boarding aircraft wearing what has been termed as "ethnically identifiable garments".
To do away with these issues in future it was decided that the best approach would be to "level the playing field". According to government sources, if the new measures prove effective in assuaging public fears during flights, it may be considered rolling out the new clothing restrictions on all forms of public transport and potentially in any public place.