Too sexy

14-Oct-2015 18:27

BEACHWOOD, OH - Halloween…it's supposed to be the spookiest, scariest most terrifying time of the year. So when this Beachwood mom's daughter, 12, wanted to dress up as a police officer this year, she immediately went online and was amazed, not in a good way, by what she found.“The only costumes out there, for a girl her size, were things labeled sexy.distractions for the pilots trying to land planes,” noted celebrity gossip blog Perez Hilton.com, “but we're hoping that Mimi gets the freedom to promote her residency in all her curvy glory.”It’s definitely a titillating story, but when contacted by Today in the Sky, officials from both the Burbank and Orange County airports said the details in the TMZ story are wrong.Neither airport can ban the content of billboards that go up off airport property, but each airport has staff that does weigh in on the ads airport advertising concessionaires plan to place on airport property and inside the terminals.“The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority received a proposal to post a Mariah Carey advertisement,” said airport spokeswoman Lucy Burghdorf. It simply requested that the artwork be revised.”At John Wayne Airport, also popular with travelers heading to Las Vegas, airport spokeswoman Deanne Thompson explained airport officials “did not nix, ban or intervene with the placement of the billboards near the airport. 8 we approved the image of Mariah Carey that entertainment company AEG brought to us to run in the terminal” — gold sheet and all.She posted her first weight-lifting workout last week: But she was overwhelmed by the positive feedback from her followers, including some who stepped in to defend her from the few negatives comments she received.

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22, said Thompson in a phone call, before excusing herself to talk about the supposed ad ban with producers at Harriet Baskas is a Seattle-based airports and aviation writer and USA TODAY Travel's "At the Airport" columnist.

She says the goal is one-hundred, to hopefully get the attention of costume manufacturers.

Two California airports find themselves tangled up in a story about Mariah Carey’s body parts.

She says, "Our girls deserve role models that represent the actual career fields that are not sexualized." One parent we caught up with shopping for her young daughter agrees.

Laylah Loiczly says, "You never know who's a predator and we try hard to make sure our kids are safe and what they wear is unfortunately one of the things we have to watch out for." Clay started the petition just two days ago and so far, has about two dozen signatures.

22, said Thompson in a phone call, before excusing herself to talk about the supposed ad ban with producers at Harriet Baskas is a Seattle-based airports and aviation writer and USA TODAY Travel's "At the Airport" columnist.

She says the goal is one-hundred, to hopefully get the attention of costume manufacturers.

Two California airports find themselves tangled up in a story about Mariah Carey’s body parts.

She says, "Our girls deserve role models that represent the actual career fields that are not sexualized." One parent we caught up with shopping for her young daughter agrees.

Laylah Loiczly says, "You never know who's a predator and we try hard to make sure our kids are safe and what they wear is unfortunately one of the things we have to watch out for." Clay started the petition just two days ago and so far, has about two dozen signatures.

She occasionally contributes to Ben Mutzabaugh's Today in the Sky blog.