A couple days ago, we saw how an US Airways pilots evacuated a plane and arrested a young man for wearing saggy pants that showed his underwear. Yet, US Airways allowed this man to fly in women’s underwear. I am confused.
A passenger, on a June 9th flight from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Phoenix snapped the picture after various passengers complained. However, the staff ignored the objections and the airline later said that the company has no dress code. That leaves the question of why the college football player was arrested on the basis of his saggy pants.
I personally find both of these men to be irresponsible and obnoxious in their clothing styles. The latest style controversy involves a man wearing clothing (or lack of it) that would be equally objectionable for a woman in public. It is an act of exhibitionism that would be disturbing to children and parents alike. It shows a complete lack of concern for others.
However, absent a dress code, I fail to see the basis or the consistent policy enforced by US Airways.
Source: SF Gate