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Women Forced to Strip During Airline Interview - Right, or Wrong?

Alan Anderson 2011/08/24 04:52:34
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This past July, a number of Korean females were asked to strip during interviews for an airline company in Indonesia.

Hundreds of Korean women applied for the air cabin crew positions open at Garuda Airlines, of which only 18 were chosen after first-round screenings. The remaining candidates were then subjected to body examinations.

During these examinations, the airliner forced candidates strip down to their underwear, even having them remove their bras as well. The women were made to lie down as 'inspectors' groped their breasts and other areas of their body.

A person associated with Garuda Airlines claimed that the candidates were informed ahead of time about the body examinations. He further explained that the women had to fully strip in order to check their bodies for tattoos, and that the their breasts were examined for implants, which could pose a health risk when pressure inside the plane's cabin changes.

What do you think? Did Garuda Airlines have the right to have these women strip down for examination? Or were they wrong for doing so?

Link to article (Korean):

http://media.daum.net/society/view.html?cateid=1067&newsid;=2...
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