Model and former Universe beauty Olivia Kulpo was asked to wear extra clothes before the flight when she traveled to Mexico this week.
Kulpo’s sister, Aurora Culpo, shared her story on Instagram on Thursday, pointing to the clothes her sister was waiting for at the airport, telling her followers, “Olivia and I are going to Cape and look at her clothes”.
“She looks cute. She looks appropriate. No. They call her to the table and tell her to wear a blouse, otherwise she won’t be able to get on the plane,” Aurora Culpo continued. “Tell me, it’s not so (insulting). American Airlines, I love you so much, please bring me to Cape.”
The model shared a video of her sister on Instagram and wrote: “No, I’m surprised. Is this inappropriate / insulting? ” He later boarded the plane, wearing a gray sweater belonging to his girlfriend, Carolina Panthers player Christian McCaffrey.
American Airlines declined to comment.
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Aurora Culpo joked about the incident on Instagram, sharing a photo of McCaffrey sticking his hands on his shirt on the plane.
“When you froze a lady’s clothes, it’s an inappropriate dress (insulting). That’s exactly how Jack on the Titanic died,” he wrote, referring to the 1997 film.
According to American Airlines’ “Terms of Carriage,” passengers must “dress properly; barefoot or insulting clothing is not allowed.”
This is not the first time airlines have asked passengers to change or wear extra clothing before flights. In 2019, American Airlines apologized to the passenger and offered him a refund after criticizing the airline for hiding his clothes.