What do you do when you’re careening 10 km above the earth in a metal tube with wings and someone inappropriately touches you?
It’s a pertinent question given Air Canada faces a second complaint over its alleged handling of sexual assaults in just two days.
An Ontario woman claims she saw a man touch a sleeping female teenager on a flight from L.A. to Toronto in January. The news follows yesterday’s call out by a New Brunswick woman that Air Canada didn’t do enough when she complained about the man in the seat next to her touching her inappropriately.
“They handled it very poorly,” the woman, who can’t be named because of a publication ban, told the CBC. “They basically blamed me for not causing enough of a scene. And said they didn’t understand the severity of it when I approached the stewardess.”
Air Canada spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick can’t comment on the woman’s case which is still before the courts, but he told Yahoo Canada “if situations arise where customers need assistanceRead More »from Air Canada dealing with complaints of alleged sexual assault at 35,000 feet