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Eyebrows were raised when Malaysian ruling-party lawmakers described the uniforms of AirAsia and Firefly's female flight attendants, as being "too revealing".
One senator, Megat Zulkarnain Omardin, suggested that the airlines should redesign their uniforms and said:
"My wife is worried whenever I fly alone on Malindo or AirAsia. This is a real hassle for me."
A letter from a doctor from New Zealand named June Robertson supporting one of the senator's views started circulating online.
She wrote that she felt "very offended by the extremely short skirts these females wear on Air Asia...I found it quite disgusting myself as not everyone appreciates this."
She cited an incident at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) that shocked her:
"One of the Air Asia women bent over in the supermarket in KLIA2 and I seen her underwear; terrible!! (sic)"
However, doubts are being raised on whether this woman is even a real person and people are wondering if it is just a convenient political story, reports The New Zealand Herald.
Several netizens have questioned if the letter was written by a native English speaker as there are instances in the letter where the grammar is strange.
Also, no June Robertson is registered with the Medical Council in Wellington, New Zealand.
When the Herald visited the address stated in the letter, nobody was home.