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This airline is requiring overweight passengers to be weighed in before they board

Discrimination and scrutiny towards people's appearance is unfortunately something that's still omnipresent throughout society today – especially when it comes to weight. Whether you're deemed "too big" or "too small," it seems as if someone always has something to say. SEE ALSO: Why booking your holiday travel now will cost you But Hawaiian Airlines might be taking it to a completely new level.
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