A New Orleans woman who made headlines last spring when a Southwest Airlines agent told her she was "too fat to fly" is suing the airline after she says it happened a second time. The airline's policy says anyone who does not fit in the plane's 17 inch-wide seat has to buy two.
Southwest Airlines said that a mother and daughter were too fat to fly – except the daughter said that she wasn't too fat at all. Kenlie Tiggeman.
Her seat was given to an overweight year-old girl who was travelling alone on the Southwest Airlines flight. When the woman complained.
In a reversal of its Kevin Smith debacle, Southwest Airlines bumped another passenger to make room for an overweight teen who needed two.
Southwest Airlines kicked a thin passenger off the airplane to make room for an obese teen, myfoxdfw reported.