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Dave, Should leggings be banned on airplanes?

Mar 27, 2017|

WWL's Dave Cohen and David Blake discuss the story making headlines about a pair of girls barred from flying because they were wearing spandex.

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Automatically Generated Transcript (may not be 100% accurate)

Hear about these teenagers. That one to fly. Out of Denver had in the Minneapolis yesterday I heard a little something but not the details well they were told they could not get on the plane. Because they were wearing leg. According to a spokesman for United Airlines letting the girls whose ages were not specified we're not allowed on to the flight. Because they were traveling under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code. Cots at the little boy not to our high. And leggings are like yoga. You know like tights like that all the league young women Wear surely it and it's like the all the rage they they're all wearing these leggings these tights the deal. But because they were. Wearing the spandex lycra pants. The dress code bars that and they were flying with an employee past that they were that'll. On the plane. Apparently is here not me. Employee past better you can still Wear leggings but the company says he would ask the same of riders who are wearing flip flops or were wearing clothing that revealed their undergarments. Were torn and tattered jeans. And I guess they have the right to make those rules if it's an employee asked they're using you know it doesn't specify how they got the employee past or why they were using them but they don't want these types of clothing to represent the Arab. Copy two aren't so. Now I'd headlined assess their brands parent layup and a dozen going to all of those deep house.