Two travelers say they were singled out on Easter Sunday by a Southwest Airlines representative during a layover and told they were “too fat to fly,” according to the blog of one of the aggrieved parties. The airline has a Customers of Size policy that requires passengers who do not fit into a single seat to purchase a second seat. The passengers, Kenlie Tiggeman and her mother Joan Charpentier, were publicly confronted by the rep in the gate area even though both claim to fit the seats. ...
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