Kine-Chan, an OnlyFans model (this is her Instagram not her OnlyFans page), was denied boarding while leaving Navegantes in southern Brazil. She was wearing a costume resembling Rebecca from Netflix’s Cyberpunk: Edgerunners. That is apparently a thing.
She was running late for an event – odd, since she was taking the flight she’d booked for herself, but I suppose she was planning to cut it close! – the 21 year old wore the outfit she needed to have on for her arrival. It was… a black bikini, and teal hair.
I tried to board the Seafarers Airport dressed as Rebecca’s cosplay for an event. I knew I could be late so I got dressed so I didn’t waste any time and get straight to my there. But I was instructed to go home and change clothes because what I was wearing was not “appropriate.” ”
Since I explained that I was going to an event.
Former Miss America Olivia Culpo was told by American Airlines to cover up in order to fly and her outfit was pretty much what you see on the street every day.
I don’t take this outfit to be what people usually pay for on OnlyFans (but then again maybe?). It does seem inappropriate for transportation in public.
When I was a kid, I used to have to dress up (jacket and tie!) when flying from New York to California and back. This was in the early 80s. We don’t do that anymore, and it’s probably for the best! It’s hard to articulate standards for exactly where the line is, but this case shows that Potter Stewart wasn’t actually wrong.
(HT: Off The Beaten Points)