“You are naked”: a model reported that she was not allowed to get on a plane because her clothes bothered other families

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"You are naked": a model reported that she was not allowed to get on a plane because her clothes bothered other families

A Turkish fitness model living in the United States reported that airline staff did not let her board a plane in Texas because she was scantily dressed. In addition, she said that she was accused of being “naked.”

Influence her Deniz Saypinar, 26, explained that he was prohibited from taking a flight to Miami that he had already paid for because the authorities considered that his dress was inappropriate.

Saypinar, a famous bodybuilder and entrepreneur, moved to the United States to avoid the conservative environment in her homeland, where she had become the first Turkish woman to receive official status from the International Federation of Bodybuilders.

According to US media, Deniz had recently moved to Los Angeles to advance his career as a bodybuilder and “experience freedom.” However, in the last days he stayed Stuck in Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport after American Airlines flight attendants decided her fashion sense wasn’t right to travel by plane.

Outraged, Saypinar took to social media to share her ordeal with her 1 million Instagram followers. In a story that came up crying, Saypinar criticized the staff and claimed they accused her of being “naked” while pointing to her clothing.

Apparently the flight attendants told him that his style “annoyed other families” in the airport.

Deniz tried to defend herself by telling her followers: “I’m not naked.” Later he shared a publication giving his version: “I am an athlete and now I have to wait here until morning. I like to wear feminine clothing that reveals my femininity, but I never dress in a way that offends anyone.. I am mature and civilized enough to know what I can and cannot wear ”.

“I don’t deserve to be treated like the worst person in the world for wearing shorts. What separates us from animals if humans cannot control even their most primitive urges. I feel insulted. They didn’t let me get on the plane because I was wearing these shorts, here in the United States” Saypinar said.

To prove her case, she posted photos on social media to show her fans the “cheeky” outfit she included. a brown top, jean shorts and sneakersas well as a white sweater tied around her waist.

Saypinar, who worked as a personal trainer for seven years, was the first non-US citizen to win the US National Bikini Fitness Competition in 2021.

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