Playboy model shamed by Southwest Airlines for wearing low-cut top gets revenge with revealing shoot on plane

THE Playboy model who was forced by Southwest Airlines to cover up her low-cut top has hit back with a lingerie photo shoot on a private plane. 

Eve J Marie, 26, recently shared images of herself on her Instagram wearing lacy blue underwear that showed off her curves. 


In one post, from January 15, Eve knelt over plush plane seats and stood in the middle of the aisle. 

“You coming aboard this jet?” she captioned the photos. 

Southwest Airlines shamed Eve on a flight from Dallas to Tulsa last November when she flew with her seven-year-old son. 

Eve claimed that a flight attendant threatened to remove her from the flight because she wore a low-cut leopard print outfit that revealed her cleavage. 


Another flight attendant gave her a jumper and said she could only stay on the flight if she covered herself for the rest of the journey. 

“When they threatened to remove me off the plane if I didn’t have a change of clothes, I felt completely humiliated, embarrassed and highly offended,” the Playboy model told Jam Press after the incident. 

Southwest Airlines states online that it “may, in its sole discretion, refuse to transport, or may remove from an aircraft at any point,” any passenger who exhibits “lewd, obscene or patently offensive behavior, including wearing clothes that are lewd, obscene or patently offensive.”

In a February 1 Instagram post, Eve put her hand near the jet window in a photo focused on her bikini-clad behind. 


“The views in the air are AMAZING!!” she wrote in the caption. 

“Wouldn’t you agree?”

In a post from a few days ago, Eve lay on a reclined plane seat and spread her legs. 


“Sit back, relax, and enjoy this ride,” she wrote. 

In another photo, Eve held a glass of what appeared to be champagne.

The model wore transparent heels, a gold watch, red lipstick and curled her hair.

Many of Eve’s more than 229,000 followers wrote comment of approval. 

"Now that's what an in-flight snack should look like, gorgeous," one user wrote.

Another said: “I’m ready to take flight.”

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