Oct 2 2016
American woman moved from her assigned seat on United Airlines because 2 Pakistani men claimed their “cultural beliefs” don’t allow them to sit next to a woman
A California frequent flier is seeking an official apology from United for discrimination after she was forcefully reseated by the airline agent because two Pakistani monks(?) refused to share a row with a woman.
RT On September 19, 47-year-old Mary Campos waited in line at John Wayne Airport, Orange County, to board a flight to Houston. Suddenly, she was called to the counter, where the airline agent handed her a new seat assignment. The representative added that the airline had been forced to give her a new seat on the flight because the two men who had been assigned seats next to her claimed they couldn’t be near a woman. (So, why didn’t they reassign the men?)