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BREASTFEEDING MOM MORTIFIED OVER CARRY-ON AT AIRPORT
A woman boarding a flight from Los Angeles to Chicago said she was mortified when an employee near the gate stopped her from entering the plane due to her breast milk cooler and berated her for arguing over the airline’s carry-on policy.
Kelsey Myers says she was told she was carrying too many items to board the plane. She said she was carrying a carry-on, a personal item, breast milk in a cooler and a breast pump. Myers wrote in a Facebook post on the airline’s page that a gate agent told her she needed to check her bag. As the two debated what the policy was, the agent called his supervisor.
The supervisor didn't eve ask her what the situation was...she just started yelling at Kelsey to check a bag. Then, in front of about 50 other passengers, she screamed "how many boobs do you have?"
Leslie Scott, a representative of American Airlines has acknowledged that this incident should have never happened and that the policy is stated clearly on the airline’s website. She said it was an error on the agent’s part.
Scott also said the supervisor’s comment to Myers was unprofessional.
The airline has since apologized to Myers and offered her compensation.
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FLASHY CARS ARE A TURNOFF FOR WOMEN LOOKING TO SETTLE DOWN
According to a new study, women don't see men with flashy cars as serious husband material.
Researchers found that both men and women perceive guys who "display their wealth" as being more interested in flings than in becoming a life partner.