Olivia Culpo gets asked to 'put a blouse' before boarding flight

Olivia Culpo says she was asked to ‘put a blouse’ by an American Airlines gate agent or be prohibited from boarding

  • The former Miss Universe was forced to cover up to board a flight on Thursday 
  •  Culpo was left speechless when a gate agent gave her an ultimatum to ‘put a blouse’ or ‘not get on the plane’ to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • Her older sister Aurora could not understand what was ‘inappropriate’ or ‘offensive’ about Olivia’s black long black cardigan, sports bra and biker shorts
  • She was also flying with her NFL star boyfriend Christian McCaffrey
  •  American Airlines advises passengers to ‘dress appropriately’

Olivia Culpo’s travel plans to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico hit a brief snag when she was nearly prevented from boarding an American Airlines flight due to her outfit. 

While the 29-year-year-old jetsetter often travels the world to participate in photos shoot and model in runway shows, she was left speechless when a gate agent gave her an ultimatum to ‘put a blouse’ or ‘not get on the plane.’

The Sports Illustrated cover girl’s sister, Aurora, made the allegations while recording her sibling’s outfit, which she did not consider ‘inappropriate’ or ‘offensive’ to her. 

Unexpected: Olivia Culpo’s travel plans to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico hit a brief snag when she was nearly prevented from boarding an American Airlines flight due to her outfit

‘I’m confused,’ Aurora wrote under the footage on her Instagram Story, showing the former Miss Universe in a long black cardigan, sports bra and biker shorts. ‘Tell me that’s not so f***ed up.’ 

After changing into an oversized hoodie to cover up, another passenger in a more revealing outfit told Olivia she was surprised she wasn’t being called out too since her ‘titties’ were also ‘out.’

‘That’s weird,’ the traveler said of the supermodel being told to add a layer. 

Unbelivable: While the 29-year-year-old jetsetter often travels the world to participate in photos shoot and model in runway shows, she was left speechless when a gate agent gave her an ultimatum to ‘put a blouse’ or ‘not get on the plane’


Confused: The Sports Illustrated cover girl’s sister, Aurora, made the allegations while recording her sibling’s outfit, which she did not seem ‘inappropriate’ or ‘offensive’ to her

Olivia appeared to be a good sport through the ordeal before reposting her older sisters’ Instagram Story with the caption: ‘Leave it to Aurora to cause a scene. Hide me.’  

In addition to Aurora, the star was traveling with her boyfriend Christian McCaffrey, who plays for the Carolina Panthers.

On American Airlines’ websites, passengers are told to ‘dress appropriately’ and not wear ‘offensive clothing.’ 

‘I’m confused,’ Aurora captioned the footage posted to her Instagram Story, which showed the former Miss Universe in a long black cardigan, sports bra and biker shorts. ‘Tell me that’s not so f***ed up’

The only other guideline is no going barefoot. 

Adam Anolik, who specializes in travel law, previously told The Washington Post: ‘Different airlines have their own policies regarding dress, but they are often vague and leave an exorbitant amount of discretion to the airline employees.’

Both Southwest and JetBlue deny passengers dressed in ‘lewd, obscene, or patently offensive’ garments, while Delta says travelers will deny those in attire that ‘creates an unreasonable risk of offense or annoyance to other passengers’ 


Not fair: After changing into an oversized hoodie to cover up, another passenger in a more revealing outfit told Olivia she was surprised she wasn’t being called out too since her ‘titties’ were also ‘out’

‘That’s weird,’ the traveler said of the supermodel being told to add a layer

Previously, Culpo slammed JetBlue for banning her dog from her flight home to  Rhode Island as she attempted to visit her parents. 

‘So excited for our romantic getaway! Oh wait…. @auroraculpo,’ Olivia captioned a selfie with her boyfriend Christian McCaffrey and older sibling 

‘I’m sure I’m not the only one who ran away crying at the airport, but it’s the worst experience I’ve ever had,’ she said. ‘I just want to be able to go home.’ 

‘When both your parents have COVID and you’re trying to get home to help them but suddenly your dog who was already pre approved is not allowed to fly with you. 

‘I have never wanted to be this person and I have always been the hugest @jetblue fan but I am just soooo so so upset right now. He has flown on this airline so many times and it’s never been an issue,’ Culpo wrote on her Instagram post.  

Past turbulence: Previously, Culpo slammed JetBlue for banning her dog from her flight home as she attempted to visit her parents 

Jet Blue did not explain why the dog was unable to board the flight like before, but suggested it may have had to do with the fact that the dog is not a trained service animal, Fox Business reports.  

The airline said in a statement: ‘At any time while traveling, our crewmembers may ask legally allowed questions and confirm the qualifications of a trained service animal.’

‘We work to consistently enforce these policies, however, a customer may be stopped from proceeding with travel at any point if it is determined an animal does not meet the required qualifications,’ they concluded. 

Policy changes: Jet Blue did not explain why the dog was unable to board the flight like before, but suggested it may have had to do with the fact that the dog is not a trained service animal, Fox Business reports 

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