This news was as shocking to me as it is to you. But instead of making a big deal over it, the news was buried in a seemingly unrelated news story.
China Airlines of Taiwan was fined for discriminating against short people. It only accepted applicants for its flight attendant jobs who were 160 cm tall or higher (women) or 170 cm tall or higher (men).
The excuse for this bias by the company was that the flight attendants needed to reach the overhead bins.
Thus a 170 cm man can barely reach so that means that a 160 cm tall woman must be able to levitate the extra 10 cm. We know this because a company wouldn’t lie in a court statement.