Naked Woman Wearing Only White Slippers Danced Around The Atlanta Airport This Morning

A naked woman, wearing only white slippers, shocked Atlanta airport staff as she sauntered through the terminal on Tuesday. As she passed by one staff member she stopped to do a jig. Naturally, there’s video.

This isn’t even the first time that a naked woman walked around the Atlanta airport.

And it’s semi-common at airports around the country. For instance there was a man who stripped naked to protest a flight delay.

In fact a flight was delayed 11 hours after a passenger became unruly, stripped naked, and requested sex from a flight attendant. A nearly naked man stormed a TSA checkpoint and got tased on the buttocks. A woman stripped naked and kicked at the cockpit on a Frontier flight. And a naked man fell through the ceiling of Boston Logan’s terminal C.

Virgin America – since acquired by Alaska Airlines – even confirmed that passengers are welcome to check-in in their underwear.

meanwhile at the airport… from r/pics

Nonetheless, temperatures around the U.S. are dropping. It’s advisable to wear clothing. And American Airlines won’t even let you board without shoes. Since Naked-air didn’t make it when they tried to offer Miami – Cancun service in 2003, the expectation has simply been that if you’re headed to the airport – no shoes, no shirt, no pants, no service.

(HT: Rene’s Points)

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  1. I don’t fly through ATL a lot but based on my limited experience they must have a huge problem with drunk people just wandering around. Some guy at 5am tried to fight the Burger King lady for some orange juice and I had to move out of the way while the police took him down.

  2. Who was it that said “better nudity than violence” or something like that?

    Did police come to the scene and spark a violent altercation over nudity?

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