A bodybuilder was not allowed to board her flight on the Dallas-Fort Price airport Thursday as a result of American Airways crew discovered her clothes offensive, in keeping with media stories.
Deniz Saypinar is an expert bodybuilder from Turkey. On Thursday, she posted on her Instagram story to her almost 1 million followers that airline employees refused to let her board her flight to Miami due to what she was sporting. The put up was not longer out there on Sunday since Instagram tales are solely posted for twenty-four hours.
“I prefer to put on female garments that reveal my femininity, however I by no means costume in a means that can offend anybody,” she wrote within the put up, in keeping with the Dallas Morning Information. “I’m mature and civilized sufficient to know what I can and can’t put on.”
American Airways didn’t instantly reply to requests to remark Sunday, however confirmed the incident to the Dallas Morning Information. Within the assertion, a spokesperson mentioned prospects should costume appropriately for flights. Saypinar was rebooked on a subsequent flight to Miami, in keeping with the assertion.
With reference to decorate code, American Airways’ web site says that “naked toes or offensive clothes” aren’t allowed for passengers.
Saypinar, who was first girl in Turkey to ever obtain Worldwide Federation of BodyBuilders standing, mentioned within the Instagram story that flight attendants advised her that her fashion “disturbed different households” on the airport, in keeping with the Day by day Mail. Saypinar was additionally the primary non-American citizen to win the US Nationwide Bikini Health Competitors in 2021.
A screenshot of the put up reveals Saypinar sporting a brown cropped shirt, denim shorts and a white jacket tied round her waist. She additionally wrote within the put up that she moved from Turkey to the U.S. to “be free as a lady.”
“I really feel insulted. They wouldn’t let me on the aircraft as a result of I wore these shorts in america,’ Saypinar mentioned within the put up.