- A Hungarian airline is being accused of sexism
- Some are offended by the illustrations on their plane safety cards
- They feel the woman is dressed too provocative in the illustration
People will get offended at just about anything these days. Just consider a passenger on Hungarian airline Wizz Air (yes, that's the real name), who has accused the airline of sexism over the illustrations on their plane safety cards.
The drawings on the cards feature a woman going through the safety procedures in a very tight, short dress. In the images, the illustrated woman is spotted putting her life jacket on, opening the emergency door and leaving the plane, all while sporting a short, tight-fitting dress.
Some have pointed out how other airline safety cards feature less revealing passengers who wear more appropriate clothing.