Turkish Bodybuilder Was Denied Boarding on Wearing Short Clothes

The crew of the plane was of the opinion that wearing very short clothes would cause trouble to other people on the plane

WEB DESK: Turkish bodybuilder and social media influencer Denis Sapinar was taken off a US airliner for wearing inappropriate clothing.

When the Turkish bodybuilder arrived at the airport on July 8 to fly from Texas to Miami, the American airline staff stopped her from boarding the plane because she was wearing too short clothes.

The crew of the plane was of the opinion that wearing very short clothes would cause trouble to other people on the plane.

The Turkish bodybuilder shared the incident with her Instagram followers and said, “Do you know what happened to me at the Texas airport?” “The crew stopped me from traveling and said you were wearing very short clothes.”

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“I moved to the United States for freedom, but I was surprised by the ridiculous behavior of the American airline staff,” he said.

“I am an athlete, I never wear clothes that bother anyone, I am so smart and polite, I know what to wear and what not to wear,” she added.

In this regard, the American airline officials say that on July 8, a passenger was prevented from traveling in the plane by the American airline due to wearing inappropriate clothes, all passengers should wear proper clothes, inappropriate clothes on our flights are not allowed at all. The airline says she was later flown on another flight to Miami.

Sepinar, 26, is thought to have moved from Turkey to the United States to further her bodybuilding career, becoming the first Turkish woman to receive International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) status.

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