Monday 29 January 2018

Can see her underwear: Passenger writes to Malaysia about AirAsia crew’s short skirts

June Robertson from New Zealand, who recently travelled in an AirAsia flight, wrote a letter to a Malaysian senator raising an objection to its crew's dress code. In the letter she mentioned that she felt "offended" by the way AirAsia's female staff was dressed up.

She wrote, "The European Airlines, NZ, Australian and American Airlines' staff do not wear such short skirts." She also said that she felt "disgusted" and doesn't appreciate the crew's behaviour.

In October 2017, while travelling from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur, Robertson even told a crew member to "button-up" her blouse as she felt the female staff was bending over them on purpose.

"One of the things we like about Malaysia is the fact your women do not dress like prostitutes and the people are very respectful of others," Robertson mentioned in her letter which was posted on Facebook.

Here's a copy of her letter:

Robertson questioned why a respectful country like Malaysia is allowing this kind of behaviour. The Robertson's letter was addressed to Malaysian senator Datuk Hanafi Mamat.

However, according to a report by a Malaysian Daily, there are theories related to the existence of this woman, June Robertson as well. While New Zealand Herald claims there is no existence of Robertson, Kiwi News portal reported that a woman named June Robertson is registered at the provided address.

(Source: India Today)

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