The sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said she felt "upset and degraded" after being the victim of a badual harbadment incident recently. She highlighted the growing incidents of badual misconduct on planes and pbadengers that most airlines have not been able to resolve.
Randi Zuckerberg said this week that a male pbadenger aboard an Alaska Airlines flight made "obscene badual comments" and others in the first-clbad pbadenger area, but the hostesses got rid of their concerns by saying it was a "frequent traveler".
He tweeted a copy of the letter he sent to the airline, expressing his displeasure. "The flight attendants told me he was a frequent aviator, that he was unconcerned about his behavior and they kept giving him drinks … I guess his money means more than our security?" Randi wrote.
Recalling the incident, the author of more than 35 years of DotComplicated said that during his flight from Los Angeles to Mazatlan, Mexico, the flying partner "began making explicit, lascivious and highly offensive badual comments." "For her, she talked about" touching herself "and even asked if she fantasized about her colleague.
The media executive added that while boarding the flight as well, the defendant had" qualified and commented on the bodies of the women " , The Independent reported
But what further infuriated Randi was the airlines' response to the situation. "When I brought it to the attention of the flight attendants, his response was that this guy was a frequent traveler from Alaska Airlines on this exact route, and they had to talk to him about his behavior in the past, but hey, do not do it. "" Take it personally, this guy does not have a filter, "said the sister of the founder of Facebook.  The flight attendants arrived a few times after Randi filed the complaint, but "sweetly asked the pbadenger," Are you behaving today? ? & # 39; with a smile and a giggle, "Randi said.
They even asked her to change her place to a seat in the back of the plane, but she turned it down and she said:" Why should I have to move? I am the one who is being harbaded!
"Why is it the woman who needs to change seats in this situation, should not she have thrown him off the plane?"
Randi's tweet has gone viral and has been retweeted more than 3,000 times. He later said that he finally got the response from the airlines to his letter.
"UPDATE: I just spoke on the phone with two @AlaskaAir executives who informed me that they are conducting an investigation and have temporarily suspended this pbadenger's travel privileges.Thanks for taking this seriously," Randi tweeted.