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Leggings on A Plane? Singaporeans (nearly) United in Approval

While leggings made global headlines when a story of two teenagers donning Spandex were barred from a United Airlines flight went viral, Singaporeans are a lot more forgiving about fitted tights. Only 7% of Singaporeans polled feel that leggings are inappropriate on board flights.

Instead, foul language and sloppiness are frowned upon with more than 3 in 10 Singaporeans stating that airline passengers should be banned from wearing T-shirts with rude or offensive language and imagery (39%), pyjamas and sleepwear (36%), and bedroom slippers (31%).