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mrveggieman
09-27-2011, 01:09 PM
Hey guys this is a serious legal issue so please be mature when discussing this topic. Thanks

http://tv.yahoo.com/news/l-word-star-kisses-girl-gets-escorted-off-005638058.html?nc

duane1969
09-27-2011, 01:26 PM
If it was unfounded then they will regret it. However, it appears that she was kicked for making a scene and not for kissing.


A discussion followed on the flight, and the airline said it "escalated to a level that was better resolved on the ground."

It sounds to me like she and her friend were making out and were asked by the attendant to cool it off and got irrate over being "singled out" and the airline sent them packing. So it sounds to me like they were booted for their reaction to being asked to take it down a notch, not for kissing.

habsheaven
09-27-2011, 01:47 PM
If it was unfounded then they will regret it. However, it appears that she was kicked for making a scene and not for kissing.



It sounds to me like she and her friend were making out and were asked by the attendant to cool it off and got irrate over being "singled out" and the airline sent them packing. So it sounds to me like they were booted for their reaction to being asked to take it down a notch, not for kissing.

I agree.

Star_Cards
09-27-2011, 01:59 PM
did they kiss or where they making out? I can see where people could be put off if they were making out, but the article doesn't really say what sort of "kiss" it was. It also looks to be that the reason she was booted was because an argument happened due to the discussion of kissing.

angel0430
09-27-2011, 02:29 PM
I think that the airlin on this one is going to end up winning. People need to rememebr that there are also kids on airplanes. If it is only a kiss am sure that the airline/passengers are not going to make a big deal out of this. Will like to see the outcome of this one.

otsegoflake
09-27-2011, 03:01 PM
Not enough details to form an opinion.

andrewhoya
09-27-2011, 04:24 PM
Southwest has been known to kick people off.

INTIMADATOR2007
09-27-2011, 04:55 PM
Anyone would be kicked off the plane for trying to be a member of the mile-high club . There are more serious issues facing the country .

Star_Cards
09-27-2011, 05:09 PM
Anyone would be kicked off the plane for trying to be a member of the mile-high club . There are more serious issues facing the country .

when did kissing equal anything close to trying to be a member of the mile high club?

Like I said before I don't think article gives enough info about the "kissing" to form an educated opinion. At this point everyone is using their definition of "kissing" to define where they stand on the topic.

ensbergcollector
09-27-2011, 05:56 PM
when did kissing equal anything close to trying to be a member of the mile high club?

Like I said before I don't think article gives enough info about the "kissing" to form an educated opinion. At this point everyone is using their definition of "kissing" to define where they stand on the topic.

it isn't so much using their definition of kissing as it is deciding whose side of the story you believe.

duane1969
09-27-2011, 06:47 PM
it isn't so much using their definition of kissing as it is deciding whose side of the story you believe.

According to the article Hailey appears to claim that she has access to a recording (video?) of the incident. Wonder why she hasn't released it if it supports her claim of wrongdoing by Southwestern?


Hailey said the encounter between the couple and a flight attendant was recorded.