This post may contain affiliate links from our advertising partners, such as American Express. Read my Advertiser Disclosure policy here.
We are grateful if you use our links; thank you for your support!
Oh wow! I told you about my Shocking United Airlines Experience, after United dragging a passenger off the plane creating nationwide attention, then a scorpion stung a passenger on a United plane. Next came the suspicious story of how a wedding couple were pulled from their flight. Most recently there were questions about how a 3 foot long Rabbit died while in United’s care. Now a passenger claims that a flight attendant forced her to pee in a cup rather then allow her to go to the restroom on her United flight.
United Forces Passenger To Pee In Cup!
As reported by KansasCityStar,
In yet another horror story about the state of commercial aviation, a nurse from Kansas City says she was forced to pee into a cup in her seat because she was not allowed to use the plane’s lavatory.
Harper said her experience happened the same day that 69-year-old David Dao was injured while being forced off a United flight that was overbooked. That incident happened April 9.
Harper said flight attendants would not allow her to get out of her seat and use the bathroom until the captain turned off the seat belt sign.
“After explaining that I have an overactive bladder and would either need to use the restroom or pee in a cup, I was handed a cup by flight attendants,” Harper said in her post.
“You would think peeing in a cup on an airplane in front of my family and strangers would be the worst part of this story. But the way I was treated by flight attendants afterwards was worse,” Harper wrote.
She said attendants “shamed her” by saying they would be filing a report and that she would have to speak to the pilot after landing. She said they also told her they would have to call a hazmat team to clean the row of seats where she had used the cup. Harper said there was no mess involved.
She said her subsequent efforts to reach the customer service department at United were unsuccessful.
This is starting to get a little crazy. What do you think about this story?
Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer. This post was accurate at the time of posting, offer may be unavailable on this site at a later time. For details on current offers visit the card issuer’s site.