Woman Kicked Off Flight For Low Cut Sheer Top [PHOTO]

It was also sheer and she wasn’t wearing a bra … Say what you will, it’s how the Kardashians leave the house every day.   A WOMAN was booted off an easyJet flight — because her outfit was too low-cut.Stunned mum-of-two Harriet Osborne, 31, was told…https://t.co/XAGEBKNyPE pic.twitter.com/vqlPaGLMPg She has spoken out about the situation saying, “The crew were horrible and made me feel cheap. This air hostess confronted me in front of the whole plane and said I wasn’t allowed on in that top.”  The make-up artist, who was not wearing a bra but had nipple covers and tape, covered up with a mate’s jumper but was not allowed back on. EasyJet said: “We can confirm that a passenger travelling from Malaga to Stansted on 23 June was unable to travel due to behaving disruptively. “Following concerns about her clothing crew politely requested that the customer wear an additional top for the flight which the customer agreed to. Best Safety Footwear Manufacturers Cheap Price Harriet had to sleep on the floor at Malaga airport with her friend before they flew home the next day. Pvc Safety Shoes, Safety Boots, Safety Working Boots –...

Pit road’s friendliest team has drivers smiling, laughing before a race

In the final moments before they begin their 400- or 500-mile journey, Cup drivers ease their cars down pit road, passing their pit box and crew, sharing a wave, thumbs up or fist bump as they drive by. The Richard Petty Motorsports pit crew for Bubba Wallace waves at every vehicle — including pace cars and safety trucks — that passes their pit stall before the race begins. They’re the only crew to do so, sharing a bond with drivers before the green flag waves. “I appreciate it,” said Ty Dillon, who waves back. “I think it’s cool. I look forward to seeing those guys on pit road. Just makes you smile.” “If you don’t wave at them you actually feel bad because they’ll like make sad faces,” Truex said. Tire carrier James Houk started waving to all the cars a few years ago when he noticed that not every pit crew stood in its stall and saluted its driver as they passed before the start of the race. “If I’m a driver and I’m driving past and I see all these crew members waving at their drivers and I’m just like I didn’t get a wave, I’m going to be sad about it going out on the race track,” Houk said. “That’s why I started waving at them. On FS1 yesterday, Harvick and Dillon mentioned a ...