A man was kicked off a Spirit Airlines flight atO'Hare International Airport over the weekend after he became "verbally abusive" to flight attendants who asked him to pull up his sagging pants, an airline spokeswoman said.The airline rebooked the pair, presumably more suitably attired to travel, on a subsequent flight.
The man and the woman he was traveling with Sunday morning threatened physical harm to flight attendants who had asked him to pull up his pants, which were "excessively low," hanging below his buttocks, Spirit spokeswoman Misty Pinson said. The man was boarding the Orlando, Fla.-bound plane when flight attendants spoke to him, she said.
Crew members may ask customers to comply with various requests if they are in "the best interest" of the other customers, Pinson said.
When law enforcement officers arrived, the two Spirit customers gathered their things and left the plane.
LOOKING LIKE A FOOL WITH YOUR PANTS ON THE GROUND.
Spirit Airline still maintain minimal standards of decorum.