Woman Denied Boarding Due to ‘Revealing’ Outfit – The Bizarre Reason Behind It

It’s not uncommon for people to be deplaned for not following airline rules. However, when a young woman was denied boarding, she was understandably upset. The reason for her rejection turned out to be quite bizarre. Keep reading to find out what happened.

Kine-Chan, a Brazilian model and cosplayer, is widely known on the internet for her creative looks. She puts a great deal of effort and thought into her costumes. On this particular occasion, she decided to dress up as Rebecca, a character from the anime series Cyberpunk.

Her costume included a black bikini, a blue wig, and black sandals. Determined to make a statement, Kine-Chan wore this outfit to the airport, fully intending to board her flight in character. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned.

When she arrived at Navegantes Airport in Brazil, airline staff stopped her from boarding the plane, claiming that her clothing was “inappropriate.” Upset by the situation, the 21-year-old took to Instagram to express her frustration.

“A very annoying situation happened this weekend,” she wrote in a lengthy post in Portuguese. “I tried to board at Navegantes airport dressed in Rebecca’s Cosplay for an event. I knew I might be late, so I dressed this way to save time and head straight to my room. But I was told to go home and change because my outfit was not ‘appropriate.’”

Naturally, her followers had a lot to say about the incident. While some agreed with the airline staff, others showed compassion towards Kine-Chan. One person suggested a simple solution, saying, “Kine, I love you, but you could have worn an easy pull-up outfit, like a loose dress or a button-down blouse.”

This indeed would have been a convenient option for anyone wearing a bikini for a costume and knowing they wouldn’t have time to change. Many women choose to wear a dress over a bikini to save time when they need to modify their attire quickly.

However, not everyone shared this opinion. Another user expressed disappointment, writing, “It’s truly disheartening to see that the airport barred you, a talented artist, from boarding because of an incredible cosplay like Rebecca’s. Freedom of speech and creativity should always be encouraged and respected.”

In the end, Kine-Chan’s experience serves as a reminder that personal expression can sometimes clash with certain rules and regulations.