A frequent flyer of AirAsia has made a written complain to Malaysian Senator Hanafi Mamat about Airline’s scantily dressed flight attendants . The letter written by Dr June Robertson, from Wellington in New Zealand reads, “I have felt very offended by the extremely short skirts these females wear on AirAsia. The European airlines, NZ, Australian or American airlines do not wear such short skirts.I found it quite disgusting myself as not everyone appreciates this”
and it further reads, “One of the AirAsia women bent over in the supermarket in KLIA2, and I seen her underwear, terrible!”…”On an AirAsia Flight from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur in October 2017 the woman serving us in the premium business class seats had her blouse opened and I could see the top of her breasts”
The letter was addressed to Senator Mamat as he raised the sexy uniforms issue last month, recommending flight attendants serving all airlines in Malaysia wear sharia-compliant uniforms to avoid giving tourists the wrong impression of Malaysia and claimed flight attendants uniforms of AirAsia and Firefly flight could “arouse passengers”.
The letter was posted on facebook and there are many comments for and against the issue.