Pakistan airlines ask cabin crew to ‘wear proper underwear’, officials to monitor staff

Pakistan airlines ask cabin crew to 'wear proper underwear', officials to monitor staff

If you have ever boarded a plane, you would know that airlines have their own rules, whether it is about the fare of the aircraft or the attire of the flight attendant.

Earlier, British Airways landed in controversy for selling sexual services during and in-between flights. it has also been alleged that the stewardess was offering sex between travels to customers along with other X-Rated services, in return for money.

VietJet airline shot to prominence in the year 2011 with an advertisement featuring a crew in bikinis. Vietjet earned its controversial name after many scandalous incidents in the past. It drew a lot of criticism for its onboard fashion shows in which models in swimsuits walked down the passage between rows of seats in an aircraft.

Meanwhile,in the latest development, Pakistan airlines had ordered its cabin crew to ‘wear proper underwear’ and the officials will be monitoring staff.

Yes, you read it right! Pakistan International Airlines has warned the cabin crew to dress properly, which includes wearing proper undergarments, as reported by Pakistani media reported.

The poor dressing sense of the cabin crew left a bad mark and reflected a negative image about the airlines, the memo added, as quoted by Geo TV which also termed the ‘undergarments’ order strange.

Meanwhile, Geo TV claimed to be in possession of the instruction memo which said: “It has been observed with great concern that a few cabin crew tend to dress casually while travelling intercity, staying in hotels and visiting various suffices. Such dressing leaves a poor impression on the viewer and portrays a negative image of not only the individual but also of the organisation.”

The cabin crew has to dress properly in formal plain clothes over “proper undergarments”, it said. The dressing sense should be in link with Pakistan’s culture and national morals, the guideline reportedly said.

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