DM A U.S woman died on holiday in Hungary after being refused a seat on three flights back to New York because she was too heavy to fly, according to her husband. Vilma Soltesz, 56, from New York, had weighed about 425lbs (30 stone 5llbs), had only one leg and used a wheelchair. She died from health complications in Hungary nine days after she was kicked off the first of three flights and now her death could now be the cause of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the airlines.

Getting pretty sick and tired of fat people claiming their fat is an illness. Obviously I feel bad that this woman died. That sucks. I don’t make it a practice to celebrate people dying, even if they’re the size of a rhino despite missing a limb. But you can’t sue the airlines. It’s not their fault you weigh 425 pounds. The seats on the plane couldn’t support you. They literally brought in a team of firefighters to try and get you in your seat and they couldn’t do it. I’d say they went above and beyond the call of duty. If you wanted to fly with the rest of the people then you could have maybe hit the treadmill, or whatever people in wheelchairs do, while on holiday. But don’t expect the rest of the world to risk their lives because you like cakes and pies and have a shitty will power. Flying sucks enough as it is without having to fly at a slant because diabetes didn’t take the chick in seat 32 C’s other leg fast enough.

PS – the irony of a fat woman dying in Hungary is not lost on me.

PPS – I’m not really sure if that’s irony. The actual definition of irony is, in fact, lost on me.