A woman from Key West, Fla., who was flying to Las Vegas on Americans Airlines was told to cover up her T-shirt reading "HAIL SATAN" or get off the airplane.
Swati Runi Goyal, 49, said she was wearing the shirt as a joke, but a flight attendant insisted it was offensive and told her she had to change or cover it up.
"He said, 'Our crew has found your shirt to be offensive,'" Goyal told BuzzFeed News. "We initially just thought it was a joke. But he repeated the directive, and there was another female crew member who was behind him with her arms crossed looking very angry."
To avoid being ejected from the plane, Goyal borrowed a shirt from her husband and put that on. The incident...