‘At least she’s wearing a mask’: Woman walks through airport in just a bikini – Stuff.co.nz

The location hasn't been revealed, and it’s also not clear if she was travelling on a Spirit Airlines flight (file photo).

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The location hasn’t been revealed, and it’s also not clear if she was travelling on a Spirit Airlines flight (file photo).

A woman has created quite a stir on social media after she was videoed nonchalantly walking through an airport in just a bikini.

Posted to the Instagram page Humans of Spirit Airlines, the unnamed passenger seems to be ignored by the other flyers.

The video is captioned: “When you have a pool party at noon and a Spirit Airlines flight to catch at 4pm.”

It also added: “At least she’s wearing a mask.” The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times.

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The location hasn’t been revealed, and it’s also not clear if she was travelling on a Spirit Airlines flight.

A spokesperson for the US airline told the New York Post that the video is “unverified”.

”The video could have been taken at any time or any place and it has no identifying characteristic of any airline. I checked, and we have no record of this on file.”

It’s unclear if the woman actually boarded a plane in the outfit. In the past airlines have caused controversy over what passengers are allowed to wear onboard.

In July, American Airlines barred a bodybuilder from a flight for her “offensive” clothing. Deniz Saypinar, a 26-year-old professional bodybuilder from Turkey, was flying to Miami when airline staff flagged her attire as inappropriate.

Last year, another American Airlines plane was in the news after it was forced to turn around before takeoff in Miami to remove a passenger who insisted on wearing a face mask with an anti-police message.

In 2019, Spanish airline Vueling allegedly stopped a passenger dressed in a revealing outfit from boarding a flight, although the airline later stated she was refused entry on the grounds of her attitude and not anything she was wearing, reported The Mirror.

That same year a British airline had to apologise to a woman who says she was threatened with being kicked off a flight because of her “inappropriate” crop top.