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A plane passenger who works as a legal analyst on child sexual abuse, sexual harassment and discrimination cases, and has claimed on Twitter that she was the victim of sexual harassment to the board on a recent Virgin Atlantic flight.
Help Jessica take control Of the City, which is out of Atlanta but have been living in the united kingdom, who wrote of the alleged incident, which reportedly occurred on Saturday, on her social media page.
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According to the City, and she was sitting in her chair when someone else is on the flight and messaged her with the plane, seat to seat messaging as a feature.
“Yesterday, I was on the @VirginAtlantic flight, I unexpectedly received sexually harassing messages on my screen, and I was at 55C). The flight attendants were done, and soon,” she wrote along with a ask if any other women had experienced the same thing.
In the post, Of that City, they have uploaded the pictures of the harassment, which started with the person at 61D, according to the seat number is – 55C and called her an “orderly fun.”
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One of the passengers, using the screenname “big d – – – – – a swinger” in the chair, 63D, and sent the two jokes a wink emoji, while the other is named “dirty mike” in 62 G wrote: “welcome to hell”.
Of the City to respond to the group, where she worked for a law firm that specializes in online harassment.”
“To enjoy is to be given to the Maid,” she wrote.
Help Jessica take control Of the City, which is out of Atlanta but have been living in the united kingdom, who wrote of the alleged incident, which reportedly happened on a Virgin Atlantic flight on Saturday morning.
In a statement to Fox News, a representative for the airline said it is looking into the matter.
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“We were very concerned to hear of the reported incident, the incident on board one of our flights, and to investigate, as a matter of urgency. We want all of our customers with the best possible experience when they fly with us, and they have a zero tolerance for any disruptive or inappropriate behavior.
“We are grateful for our cabin crew to support our customers after the incident and would like to offer my apologies for the distress caused. We are currently working on our entertainment systems in order to ensure that this does not happen again,” the statement read.
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Virgin’s seat-to-seat chat allows passengers to message each other on the plane. It can be said to have been used for the selection of drinks and snacks for the crew. However, Virgin has said that it is a program that is currently being phased out of the aircraft.