Ridiculous reasons people have been kicked off flights Getty The flight delay was caused by the passenger stripping as he boarded He removed his clothes and then approached a flight attendant Chris Jones Chris Jones, a McCarran International Airport spokesman told NBC News about the incident. He said: "He removed his clothes and then approached a flight attendant. The airline, rather ironically, used the tagline "home of the Bare Fare" in an attempt to advertise its low-cost fares. Their campaign video even shows a young man stripping to his underwear to promote the tagline. However, Spirit Airlines has also been in the news for other negative reasons after reports of their shares drastically falling. It comes in light of the competition with other low-cost airlines lowering their ticket prices as they compete to offer the best flight option.
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PLANE WRONG These shocking images of half-naked passengers will have you calling for an official dress code on planes From too short shorts to objectionable footwear airport runway attire is a far cry from the runways of Milan Fashion Week 23 Sep , Updated: 23 Sep , THE glamour of air travel flew away a long time ago for most passengers as the world swapped Pan-Am smiles for budget air miles. But some flyers seem to want to drag us down even further by boarding planes in clothes many wouldn't dream of leaving the house in. Some passengers have even been pictured going topless at 30, feet, sparking calls from some quarters to introduce a dress code on planes. A page on Facebook titled PassengerShaming has compiled some of the worst offenders that have been snapped around the world. In some instances, grown men have been spotted getting down to their pants on busy planes or wearing hats that mention x-rated sex acts. Take off is for planes not for tops 11 This gentleman removed his shirt aboard a flightCredit: Facebook Shocking moment half-naked woman has to be tied up on board plane after drinking too much and abusing cabin crew Dressing down in a dressing gown 11 Another passenger was captured taking to the skies wearing a bathrobeCredit: Facebook Knick-airs out 11 Flashing ones knickers isn't acceptable on the ground so why would it be in the air?
Photos: Take a look inside the Emirates A superjumbo It's the latest instalment in the superjumbo revolution that continued last Monday with Emirates' inaugural Airbus-A flight from Dubai to Sydney and on to Auckland. As with Singapore Airlines and Qantas before it, Emirates came boasting unprecedented levels of luxury in first and business class, and more space and comfort in economy. Unlike its competitors operating the A through Sydney, it also came with this new context in which humans can be stark naked. After a short lesson from one of the flight attendants on the operating procedures - keep your eye on the illuminated timer, which counts down the allotted five minutes, but you can stop the shower any time by pushing a button - I undressed, selected some shower gel from the display of creams and lotions and got to it. But the cubicle door wouldn't close properly and, while the tap turned stiffly, the water didn't come.
I'm Rachel and my husband's name is Steve. We wanted to tell you about our little mile high adventure and show you this picture of me. On a late flight we found ourselves near the back of the plane with few passengers.