Does This Look Like the Face Of A Woman Who Demanded A Refund from Kenya Airways When the Dude In the Seat Next To Her Flat Died On a 10 Hour Flight?
DM – A Swedish woman was partially reimbursed by Kenya Airways after she was forced to sit through a ten-hour flight to Tanzania next to a dead passenger. The flight attendants put out a call for any passenger on board with medical experience who might be able to help, and someone eventually began performing cardiac massage on the ailing man, The Local reported. However, efforts to revive the sick passenger failed, and he passed away just hours into the overnight flight bound for Dar es Salaam. While the crew moved people seated next to the deceased man, there was nowhere for Pettersson or her friend to relocate. ‘Of course it was unpleasant, but I am not a person who makes a fuss,’ she said.When Pettersson returned from her trip, she lodged a complaint with Kenya Airways and demanded compensation. After a couple of months of back-and-forth emails, she received $713 (roughly half her ticket price) and an apology.
This lady has some nerve saying she’s not the type to cause fuss and then promptly causing a fuss when she gets off the plane. And to be honest I don’t even know what she’s complaining about. Because if you ask me having the guy next to you die on a 10 hour flight to Tanzania seems like the best thing that can happen to you. I mean I’m pretty sure dead people don’t start stinking for a couple days after they die right? So just bundle his ass up and stick him in the corner. You get the both elbow rests. You don’t have to put up with snoring or him getting in and out of aisles. It’s kind of like you got an empty seat next to you. Dead guy in the seat next to you FTW.