In keeping with a bizarrely consistent theme of airlines telling people to sit in urine for hours at a time, mother Ann Fretts is suing British Airways after she claims the carrier made her daughter sit in a urine-soaked seat for the duration of their flight from Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Logan International Airport (BOS).
According to Fretts, flight staff addressed the problem not by cleaning up the urine, but by covering the seat with blankets and air freshener, the latter of which Fretts claimed gave her respiratory problems during the flight.
“I wore my polo-neck as a mask over my nose and mouth for most of the flight,” she said. “We were told by staff to sit there, or get off the plane.”
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