Kyla Ebbert was minding her own business, catching a flight out of San Diego last July when some employee at Southwest Airlines felt it necessary to impose his Sharia-esque dress code will upon her. The outfit in question (seen on Kyla at the right) was cute and fairly normal, so anthrophobia (the fear of humans or the human body) seems to be the issue… Either that, or envy.
In July at San Diego’s airport, a Southwest employee asked Kyla to change her outfit — a miniskirt, a sweater over a tank-top and high heels — or get off the plane. Kyla had already boarded the flight from San Diego to Tucson. She didn’t have any other clothes to change into because she was returning the same day. After Kyla adjusted her clothes to cover herself up more, the Southwest employee relented and let Kyla take the flight. She concealed herself even more with a blanket during the flight, but was understandably humiliated by the experience. Ironically, after all, most observers thought her ensemble was no more revealing than the average summer outfit of any college girl.
Well, Playboy has done a thorough inspection of Kyla, just to ensure that she wasn’t carrying any WMDs.
A few little samples are below the fold. If you’re a burqa fan, a Christo-fascist anthrophobe, or have a heart condition, I’d strongly suggest you not click.
But you’ll have to go to Playboy for the full enchilada.
I’d love to see Kyla take a copy of this issue and mail it to The Flying Nun who hassled her, just as reference material. Perhaps Southwest should even add it to The Employee Handbook.
Unfortunately for Southwest, Kyla says she’ll be flying a different airline from now on, so it looks like they’ve lost an amazing asset.
Ever on the cutting edge, Richard Branson’s Virgin Airlines has offered to pick up the slack. Yet one more reason to love Sir Richard… and Playboy.