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Ekond222
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…AnthonyD that is so true ….back in 2002 when entering the Qantas 1st class lounge at Sydney (could have been Melbourne) I was wearing T-Shirt, jeans etc…I was asked quite abruptly to put on a shirt due to the ‘Qantas 1st class lounge dress code’ otherwise I would be refused entry therefore I duly obliged. When leaving the Lounge the Lounge Dragon thanked me for observing their dress code, to which I replied ‘When I purchased the 1st class ticket in person from Qantas I was wearing a T-shirt but you did not refuse selling me the said ticket…

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