Her 22-pound breasts got her kicked off a plane, according to an Instagram model

An Instagram model claims she was kicked off a flight due to her 22-pound boobs, and she’s now threatening to sue.

The Canadian model, known online as Mary Magdalene, claims she was forced off a recent trip from Canada to Dallas because she was “too explicit.”

Her 22-pound breasts got her kicked off a plane, according to an Instagram model

MM claims she was kicked off immediately after taking her seat, with a $5,000 ticket no less, and she doesn’t believe the airline crew’s explanation that she was sent off for wearing headphones and disobeying flight attendant orders.

Instead, the model claims she was forced off the plane because her boobs were too big for her top, and she’s now crying discrimination and calling the whole thing nasty and demeaning.

The model is wearing a sports bra and wearing earphones in a selfie taken on the plane, but she claims it’s evident which is the worse offence.

The model claims she arrived in America on a later flight, but she still has a grudge towards the airline and society, claiming that discrimination against “improved bodies” is widespread.

MM plans to sue after spending six figures on a variety of plastic operations over her life.




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