Love Island star Amelia Marni has slammed Jetstar for telling her to cover up on a flight and accused the Aussie airline of slut shaming her.

The 26-year-old documented her travel from Sydney to Bali and shared a story detailing the incident.

“We love a slut shame moment,” she captioned one story, adding “A male flight attendant just told me to cover up and my clothing was too revealing. I can’t wear this and it’s inappropriate to wear on Jetstar… NEVER heard of this.”

Love Island star accusing Jetstar of slut shaming her

Marni was wearing a pair of khaki cargo pants and a black bandeau top. She also shared some screenshots detailing Jetstar’s dress code, which specifically said, “You don’t need to dress to impress when you fly with Jetstar.

The policy continued, “But, there are some minimum dress requirements. For your safety, add adults and children who are capable of walking must wear footwear (thongs are acceptable) during boarding and disembarking.”

Amelia shares jetstar's clothing policy

In subsequent IG stories, the reality star explained, “He [the flight attendant] came over again and said you need to cover up. And, I was like – to the girl there – “wait is this not allowed? I have the tiniest bit of tummy showing,” she said referencing her bandeau top.

“She was so confused, she looked at [the other flight attendant], and goes, “it’s fine, it’s fine”, and then he [the original flight attendant] didn’t say sorry.”

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Marni took numerous videos while in the air, and she appeared to be still wearing the outfit that was referenced as “too revealing” by the flight attendant.

Marni appeared on season one of Love Island Australia, where she met her current boyfriend Josh Moss. The couple has been together since – and are the only couple from all four seasons of the Aussie franchise to still be together.

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