Lifestyle Style American Airlines Asked Olivia Culpo to 'Cover Up' Sports Bra, Bike Shorts: 'So F----- Up' "They call her up to the desk and tell her that she needs to put a blouse on, otherwise she can't get on the plane," Aurora Culpo said By Natasha Dado Published on January 14, 2022 11:03 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Olivia Culpo Instagram American Airlines asked Olivia Culpo to put more clothes on before a recent flight to paradise. On her Instagram Story Thursday, the 29-year-old model's sister Aurora Culpo said that airline officials asked her sibling to "cover up" before boarding their flight Thursday. The Culpo sisters were flying to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with Olivia's boyfriend Christian McCaffrey. "Olivia and I are going to Cabo and look at her outfit," Aurora said, panning the camera to her sister, who was wearing a long black cardigan, sports bra, biker shorts and a face mask. "She looks cute. She looks appropriate. No." Olivia Culpo Instagram "They call her up to the desk and tell her that she needs to put a blouse on, otherwise she can't get on the plane," she continued in the clip, which Olivia shared to her own Instagram Story. "Tell me is that not so f----- up." Olivia and Sophia Culpo Enjoy 'Datecation' with NFL Beaus Christian McCaffrey and Braxton Berrios Olivia Culpo Instagram Later, the Sports Illustrated cover girl put on a gray hoodie over her outfit, and the trio made it on to the plane. Poking fun at what the airline allegedly thought was inappropriate, Aurora posted a snapshot of how to shop a similar outfit to her sister's. Olivia Culpo Instagram "Get kicked off @americanair starter kit," she joked, continuing to joke about the pre-flight fashion police while on the plane Sharing a shot of the Carolina Panthers player, 25, with his arms tucked into his T-shirt, apparently for warmth, she wrote "When you freeze bc ur lady dress inappropriate AF. Exactly how Jack from the titanic died. LMAO." Olivia Culpo Instagram Olivia Culpo Says Her Dog Oliver Was Not Allowed on Flight: 'Never Been an Issue' Before An American Airlines spokesperson told PEOPLE they had no further comment.