Photo of the day: Passenger sues airline claiming the airline “did not accomodate his less than average height” when his seatbelt caused injury as he reached up to adjust the air vent. Airline will now offer booster seats for those who are vertically challenged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo courtesy of Heather Poole

Caption courtesy of Paul Shrater (AKA King of the captions) at Minimus.biz

20 Replies to “Photo of the day: Passenger sues airline claiming the airline “did not accomodate his less than average height” when his seatbelt caused injury as he reached up to adjust the air vent. Airline will now offer booster seats for those who are vertically challenged.”

  1. Passenger sues airline, claiming the airline “did not accomodate his less than average height” when his seatbelt caused injury as he reached up to adjust the air vent. [Airline responds that it will offer booster seats for those who are vertically challenged.]

  2. Oh, Miss! (Poking finger into your left cheek – and I don’t mean the one with which you smile – ast least in public…) No, of course, I would never poke a FA in the butt! That said, can yo not come up with something a bit more relevant? Posts are rare and most sre still some form of bitching about PAX. For better or for worse, if not for the PAX, you would not be flying to earn your living. Please, let’s get past the bitcing mode and write a few stories that are interesting. I’m getting close to cutting this address from my list of check-ins. Thirty+ checks to read a post like this is not worth my bandwidth. Historically, you’ve published some great articles. Have you run out of material? -C.

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