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NEW YORK — A Harlem woman is suing JetBlue Airlines after she was kicked off her Florida-bound flight for allegedly wearing no panties.

Link: US Airways allows man to fly wearing panties

Malinda Knowles, 27, said she was in shock when a JetBlue employee put a walkie-talkie between her legs to see if she had on any panties.

“I didn’t want to show him anything. He wanted me to basically show him my crotch. I was completely humiliated. It was vulgar. It was macho. It was rude,” said Knowles, who is 27 years old.

Link: College football player kicked off plane for wearing sagging pants

She was escorted off the plane at LaGuardia Airport. She was wearing a baggy blue t-shirt over short denim jeans. She was taken to a hangar, where she lifted up her T-shirt to prove she met the dress code.

“‘Oh, she’s wearing shorts,'” the JetBlue fashion police responded, according to Knowles.

She is currently suing the airline.

Below is a link to JetBlue’s Customer Bill of Rights which doesn’t mention anything about on-flight attire.

Read more at The NY Daily News.

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