A Toronto Blue Jays pitcher is calling United Airlines after saying the airline made his pregnant wife clean up the mess their 2-year-old daughter left on the flight.
Anthony Bass said on Twitter Sunday that the interaction occurred between a United Airlines flight attendant and his 22-week-pregnant wife, as the couple traveled with their two-to-five-year-old daughters.
“The hostess transported my 22-week-pregnant wife with two kids, ages 5 and 2, on her hands and knees to pick up my youngest daughter’s mess of popcorn,” Bass wrote.
The operator added that too United Airlines provided popcorn to his wife and children.
In response to Bass’ complaint, United tweeted on Sunday that they understood his concern and would look into the complaint.
“When you have a moment, please [direct message] “Your wife’s confirmation number along with any additional details regarding her interaction with this crew member,” the airline wrote.
CTV News Toronto reached out to United Airlines Bass for further comment on the incident, but did not receive a response in the mail.
Bass wrote on Twitter on Monday that United Airlines was handling the matter “in-house.”
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