Former WWE-superstar Eva Marie called on a airline on social media for what she labeled as gender discrimination. She posted on Twitter that she had tried to enter into the Qantas Airlines Lounge, but that his access was denied because of the things that she was concerned with.

“In 2020, @qantas Airlines Melbourne will not allow a woman who has a ticket In the business class to actively put in their sakeklasse, ” wrote Eva Marie on Twitter. “My Business IS Fitness and an active lifestyle. Qantas prefers their women in a dress. #Genderdiscrimination #qantas “

A concusy photo shows her in red-lays and a matching jersey, as she pointed out a peace-top in front of the Qantas Business Lounge board.

She then again had a tweet in which she called out the double standard of her husband that he had access when he also attracted active clothing. He was photographed with a T-shirt and shorts.

“Clarifying: This is NOT a dress-up, I support an enterprise’s right to enforce fair dress code standards, ” said Eve Marie on Twitter. Yet, “My husband could have no problem to carry it. While I was kicked out, I wore it. My issue is that standards should be applied fairly @Qantas. “

Qantas is the largest airline in Australia and Eva Marie and her husband was back from there to the United States. On Qantas’s website, there is a division for dress-up guidelines, and the wear-to-show gym attire is one of the articles allowed (H/t at

Eva Marie was last wrestled for WWE in 2016, leaving the undertaking a year later. Since then, she has appeared on the Big Brother of Celebrity and has introduced her own fitness fashion series.