Oh, Southwest. What do you have against young, "attractive" women using your airline?
Recently, two girls (see photo, above) were escorted off a Southwest flight after pounding on a bathroom door ("HURRY UP IN THERE! I HAVE TO CHECK MY MAKEUP!"), yelling at another passenger and being generally obnoxious. After all this, the flight attendant only rebuked them, not the other passenger(s) involved.
Oh, yeah. And when one of them asked for bottled water when she got on the plane she was told she'd have to wait until they served the beverages to everyone else. *Pout*
Southwest says they were being disruptive and even went so far as to have them escorted off the plane by uniformed officers when they reached their destination. The girls say they were discriminated against because they were young, good-looking and (in one of the girl's own words), "Nobody else on the plane, really, looked like us."
The reporter asks, "Did being pretty get them kicked off the plane?"
Let me answer that question for you: HECK NO. Because at least one of the women involved looks less like she does in the first photo, and more like this:
Normally I try not to judge people on physical appearance. But when the whole incident is allegedly based on looks, you gotta take it into account.
You can see the full video at CNN's site.