"I was kicked off a flight because my breasts weighed 10 kilograms," a model says.
A model who is obsessed with getting plastic surgery says she was asked to leave a flight because of how she looks. She says this made her feel "dehumanized."
A plastic surgery addict who said she was kicked off a flight because of her 10 kg breasts says she feels "dehumanized."
Mary Magdalene, a social media star who is known for loving plastic surgery, has spent over $200,000 on procedures like breast implants, a Brazilian butt lift, fat transfers, and nose jobs. After having her breasts enlarged more than once, her bra size is now 38J.
The 25-year-old says she was asked to leave the plane because she was wearing headphones and not listening to instructions, but she says the real reason was because of how she looked.
The Sun says that the Canadian model got to Toronto Airport on May 31 wearing leggings and a sports bra for her flight to Dallas, US.
She made it through security and got on the plane, but she says that the cabin crew asked her to leave because she was wearing headphones and not listening to the flight attendant.
She wrote on Instagram, "I was kicked off the plane because of how I look."
Please stop discriminating, this is disgusting. "I feel so embarrassed and dehumanized right now, you guys have no idea."
Then, Mary shared a selfie she took on the plane to show what she was wearing. In the photo, she was wearing wired headphones and a low-cut sports bra that showed off her very large breasts.
"Obviously this is why she kicked me off, because I look too explicit, but that's not legal, so she had to say it was because I was sleeping and wouldn't hear her," she wrote in the caption.
The Instagram star says that she is going to sue the airline, but she hasn't done anything yet.
In another post, she said, "I don't understand why some people think it's okay for me to be kicked off because of what I'm wearing."
The point is that everyone should have to follow the same rules. "It's not fair to pick and choose who has to follow the rules based on appearance or body type."
No one likes to feel like they are being treated badly in any way. If a girl with a small chest wore the same thing, no one would say anything. This kind of bias against people with better bodies is very common. Big both on social media and in real life. I'm not trying to act like the bad guy. I'm just telling you how things really are.
"They really play with your money, like by deleting your posts all the time so you can't grow on social media as much as you could," she said.
"Getting thrown off flights with no money back... When you think about how this affects you in real life, it's very strange. #FREEMARY"