Sunday’s social-media outrage of the day is directed at United Airlines for forcing a group of female passengers, who were reportedly wearing leggings, to change their attire before being allowed to board a flight. But it turns out the passengers were not paying customers of the airline and were flying for free as part of the airline’s employee and family program, and that’s the dress code that was violated:

The incident was first reported by anti-gun crusader Shannon Watts:

Other feminists quickly jumped on United as well:

As did the media:

But as we said earlier, the passengers didn’t meet the airline’s dress code for those flying for free as a family member of an employee:

Game over, United wins.