A Chicago woman says she was denied travel on a Greyhound bus last month while wearing a full burqa and is looking for reimbursement from the company.

Jacqueline Pasha said she's traveled by Greyhound for years and was floored when an agent wouldn't let her board an Arkansas-bound bus to visit her family for the holidays last month.

"She said, 'You look scary.  There's too much going on in the world today for you to be dressed like that.  I can't see your face,'" the 31-year-old recalled.

Pasha said she offered to show her face to any female employee in private.

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