The flight to LAX was delayed because of the South Korean DJ’s “F*ck You” pants, forcing him to take them off before boarding
As easily offended as everyone is these days, it’s hard to imagine even the most puritanical among us demanding their flight be delayed by the half-hidden appendages of someone swearing all over the place. his pants.
But unfortunately, Hwang So-heea south korean artist named ‘DJ Soda’ Claims American Airlines Flight Crew Was So Offended By Print On His Pantsthey demanded that she get off a flight from JFK to LAX, lest the garment be allowed to gain a cruising altitude of 33,000 feet.
Soda made statements on its social networkssaying she was approached by an airline employee while seated in business class and told to take her luggage off the plane due to her “inappropriate” pants, which seem to repeat “Fuck You You Fuckin’ Fuck” full length.
According to Soda, “He said my pants were dirty in front of everyone and said I had to get on another plane. I had to take my pants off in front of the entrance.
The DJ reports that she went to the front of the plane and rolled up her pants, which were made by Los Angeles-based company RipNDipupside down in front of the entire crew, despite having broken fingers that made the act difficult as well as his own embarrassment.
Still, the flight crew was so offended that they tried to get him to change flights. Perhaps they reasonably feared that the objectionable pants would retain their power, just waiting to turn around and eat everyone’s face.
“I was mortified and shaking with fear for the next 6 hours on my flight back to LA,” Soda wrote, pointing out that she wasn’t asked about the pants during check-in or at the check-in. ‘baording.
It took a long conversation with the help of her manager, including one of the pilots, to get permission to stay on her original flight, which brought her to Los Angeles in time for a meet that day. Whether or not the other dozens or hundreds of people arrived on time, despite the delays due to the power pants, is yet to be determined.
All of this leads us to ask ourselves…really? No. Rather fucking really?
With the amount of legroom offered by most of these airlines, was anyone going to have to watch the message? Is it a legitimate thing to delay a flight for five hours? Should we scold adults about their clothing choices as if they were kids wearing pentagram t-shirts and AK-47s in their colleges? Can airlines stop sucking?
Soda herself says she has traveled across our country, even the world, wearing this particular brand of travel pants and has never faced such scrutiny or corporate disapproval.
The incident led her to write in a message: “It was incredible that such a thing happened in the United States, a country that respects individual freedom”.
Oh Soda…if you only knew half of it.