United Airlines is facing backlash from customers after two girls wearing leggings were denied entry onto a flight because a gate agent thought their outfit was inappropriate.
The incident, documented on Twitter by Colorado resident and gun-law activist Shannon Watts, took place in the waiting area outside of a gate for a flight to Minneapolis at Denver International Airport.
Watts said she was waiting to board a plane to Mexico for vacation when she overheard a female gate agent deny entry to a young girl wearing gray leggings and saying "I don't make the rules, I just enforce them."
The girl, who Watts said was about 10 or 11-years-old, had a dress in her backpack to put over leggings and was eventually allowed onto the flight. Two other female passengers who did not have a change of clothes were also denied entry, she said.
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...and of course Twitter had a lot to say about the issue....