the following story is rated “PU”.
it’s also rated “U BETTA SUE”.
this is type of shit that will get someone to fighting.
imagine getting on a plane anddddddddd…
your seat is covered in shit.
not only that,
the flight crew saying you’d be left behind if you didn’t sit in it.
well one passenger had to from atlanta to miami.
a foxholer sent me the following and well…
first of all,
he is dumb af.
why would you sit in that seat?
do folks have any pride?
i don’t care what’s happening or if i’m left behind,
i’d catch a whole fit for that disrespect.
well delta issued a statement via “yahoo”:
“On Nov. 1, an aircraft operating flight 1949 from Atlanta to Miami was boarded before cleaning was completed following an incident from a previous flight with an ill service animal. Delta apologizes to customers impacted by the incident and has reached out to make it right, offering a refund and additional compensation. The safety and health of our customers and employees is our top priority, and we are conducting a full investigation while following up with the right teams to prevent this from happening again.”
Delta also stated that the aircraft was taken out of service to be “deep cleaned and disinfected” upon landing in Miami.
The airline offered Meehan 50,000 miles in compensation. “That’s what I’m worth to them? 50,000 miles? After putting my health at risk along with everyone else on the plane? That’s what people get for signing up for a credit card. It’s not even enough for a flight,” he points out. “Their offer was insult to injury. I wanted to know definitively if it was an animal or person, if it was sick, had they gone to a doctor, why was it diarrhea? What was it? Do I need to go get hepatitis shots? Do I need to get inoculated? And they won’t give me the answers.”
Meehan said he would have appreciated a heartfelt, genuine response, but instead got a scripted, corporate “here’s 50K, now go away.”
That interaction happened last Friday afternoon, and he hasn’t heard from Delta since, he says. “I’m a diamond medallion and a million miler,” Meehan says. “If this is how they treat their top tier, I can’t even imagine how they treat people who aren’t part of the SkyMiles program.”
He may take legal action. “I am waiting for Delta to give me the answers I’ve asked for and to make things right,” he says. “If they don’t, I will absolutely take action.”
he should have caused a scene,
get that on camera,
and leave the airplane with his lawyer on the line.
imagine being in those close quarters stinkin’ of shit?
i couldn’t do it.