I was told to cover up my massive boobs or I’d get thrown off my flight but I refused – it’s pure s***-shaming

I was told to cover up my massive boobs or I’d get thrown off my flight but I refused – it’s pure s***-shaming

A LARGE-CHESTED influencer has accused flight attendants of threatening to kick her off a plane if she refused to “cover up” her massive boobs.

The TikToker, who goes by the handle @badbish1078, shared a clip of her defiantly sitting on board the Alaska Airlines plane.

TikToker @badbish1078 says she was told to ‘cover-up’ by airline staff

The social media user says flight attendants threatened to throw her off the plane[/caption]

A note over the video reads: “Alaska Airlines just told me I had to ‘cover up’ if I wanted to get on the plane.”

In the clip, she can be seen wearing a low-cut top and shorts.

The TikToker told her viewers she said “no” to the demand – which has been branded “ridiculous” by her followers.

One wrote: “What the hell”.

Another said: “Who am I throwing hands with.”

A third commented: “You’re kidding”.

It comes after a former Love Island Australia star says she was “s*** shamed” on board a flight to Bali.

She says she didn’t think twice about the jersey black crop top and khaki cargo trousers she was wearing until she boarded the plane when she was told her outfit violated the airline’s dress code.

Describing how she’d been “s*** shamed”, the social media star explained: “A male flight attendant just told me to cover-up and my clothing was too revealing.

“I can’t wear this and it’s inappropriate to wear on JetStar. NEVER heard of this.”

Meanwhile, a mother says she was left “embarrassed” after nearly being kicked off a flight in front of her seven-year-old son due to her low-cut leopard print top. 

Eve J Marie was headed from Dallas to Tulsa with Southwest Airlines (SWA), when she says a flight attendant approached her and told the mum she was in breach of their dress code. 

In another similar incident, a model was left humiliated after being ordered to cover up on a flight because her crop top was “too small.”

Isabelle Eleanore, who said she felt “victimised” and “degraded” claimed she was asked to put on a staff member’s high-vis jacket before taking her seat.

The Australian Instagram model was told that her outfit, blue jeans and a black crop top, was inappropriate for flying by a flight attendant and was asked if she had a jumper she could wear.

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The TikToker defiantly shared a clip while on board the plane[/caption]