Former Miss Universe told to 'put on blouse' before flight in 'f***ed up' decision 1 day ago

Former Miss Universe told to 'put on blouse' before flight in 'f***ed up' decision

Another passenger was wearing an even lower cut top without issue

A former Miss Universe was told to "cover-up" before boarding an American Airlines flight to Cabon San Lucas, a decision her sister has labelled "f***ed up".

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Aurora Culpo spoke about the incident on her Instagram stories, revealing how her sister Olivia was called to the front of their gate only to be told to put on a blouse, or risk being stopped from flying.

Olivia, who was crowned Miss Universe in 2012, is seen wearing a long black cardigan, sports bra, and biker shorts, items her sister didn’t find “inappropriate” or “offensive.”

In the following clip, the 29-year-old Sports Illustrated cover girl covers up in an oversized grey hoodie.

She is then seen comparing her original outfit to another passenger, who is also wearing a crop-top and leggings.

“That’s weird,” the woman said of AA’s request for Culpo to cover up, admitting that her own outfit was lower cut than the celeb’s.

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Re-posting the story to her own account, Olivia wrote: “Leave it to Aurora to cause a scene. Hide me.”

American Airlines is yet to comment on the incident.

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