DALLAS (AP) - A 23-year-old college student who was told by a Southwest Airlines employee that her outfit was too revealing to fly is wearing even less on Playboy's Web site.
Kyla Ebbert appears in a series of pictures—some in lingerie, some nude—under the heading, "Legs in the Air."
Everyone may remember that this young lady was pulled off of a Southwest flight by a stewardess for wearing attire that may "offend" other passengers.
Now who, other than flight attendants who might be a bit jealous and large women who are not comfortable with who they are, would be offended by a woman wearing revealing attire?
My own wonderment is caused by the fact that I personally don't know how they travel wearing 4 inch strappy heels, a miniskirt that stops just below their ass-cheeks and a sweater. I mean, when I travel, I need pockets and a carry on. How do you get around ya know?
And I have been telling my wife for years that these girls are just putting themselves through school while showing off their charms.
Ebbert worked at a Hooters in San Diego but said wants to become an attorney,and doesn't think posing nude should get in the way of her professional aspirations.
"This was beautiful and classy. I don't see why it would affect a professional position," she said. "I'd do it again in a heartbeat."
The link to the story is here: http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D8SUJ4A00&show_article=1
And for those of you looking for a fine example of the exhibition of the female form, that link is here: http://playboy.com/arts-entertainment/features/southwest-ebbert/kyla-ebbert-01.html