Mar 13, 2019

Thomas Cook bralet plane passenger 'told to cover up'

PA Thomas Cook has apologised after a passenger complained of being left "Shaking and upset" when she was told to cover up on a flight. Emily O'Connor, 21, said cabin crew told her what she was wearing - a bralet and high-waisted trousers - was "Inappropriate" and "Caused offence". Thomas Cook said: "It's clear we could have handled the situation better." Miss O'Connor said the greeting staff on the aircraft told her to cover up, she sat down and then was told by the flight manager and four other staff she would be removed unless she put a jacket on. A Thomas Cook spokesman said the airline was "Sorry" to have upset Miss O'Connor.

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