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[Ryanair passenger], too dumb to read, causes airport worker to cry

Old Jun 10, 17, 7:01 am
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[Ryanair passenger], too dumb to read, causes airport worker to cry

Sad excuse for a man, too dumb to read, reduces airport worker to tears

A vile Ryanair customer filmed the disgraceful moment he harassed and bullied a staff member with a barrage of abuse that reduced her to tears.

The worker at the Brussels Airport in Belgium got so upset that she needed to be consoled by other passengers while the bully callously accuses her of having an “emotional breakdown” during the five-minute ordeal.

The customer can be heard abusing the worker as he debates whether he should have to pay 50 euros (about $56) for a flight he was checked in on with the airline because he failed to print out his boarding pass.

http://nypost.com/2017/06/08/human-t...rker-to-tears/
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Old Jun 10, 17, 7:34 am
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The guy in the video sounds American.
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Old Jun 10, 17, 7:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Palal View Post
The guy in the video sounds American.
While I believe you're correct, it's irrelevant what nationality any given despicable human being holds--just as I don't hold the whole of the Republic of Ireland responsible for Ryanair's policies.
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Old Jun 15, 17, 6:35 am
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Originally Posted by Grog View Post
While I believe you're correct, it's irrelevant what nationality any given despicable human being holds--just as I don't hold the whole of the Republic of Ireland responsible for Ryanair's policies.
If he is an American, it increases the odds that he is not a frequent traveler on Ryanair. It may be the first time he travels with them and he was therefore not aware of their policies and fees.
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Originally Posted by DoTheBartMan View Post
If he is an American, it increases the odds that he is not a frequent traveler on Ryanair. It may be the first time he travels with them and he was therefore not aware of their policies and fees.
I understand your point, but in the video he says he lives in Europe. And this was at least his second Ryanair flight. I'm personally not willing to give him a pass for not reading the website he booked from, regardless of his nationality.
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