Saudia Airlines has warned passengers that it will refuse boarding to anyone it doesn’t consider has dressed appropriately.
The airline has issued a strict dress code that says which parts of male and female passengers’ bodies should be covered.
The national carrier of Saudi Arabia — a staunchly conservative country that doesn’t allow bare arms or legs on women or any men wearing shorts.
A message on its website that passengers must not be “clothed in a manner that would cause discomfort or offence to other passengers”.
According to Saudia Airlines, that offensive clothing includes: “Women exposing legs or arms, or wearing too thin or too tight clothes and men wearing shorts exposing legs.”