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“Hey, Ashley! How’s it going with you?” to the eerie, string-of unsolicited text messages started. “I have to tell you that you are beautiful… you are looking very lovely in a grey top today.”
These are the posts that Ashley Barno claims that she was an American Airlines agent last year, if they pass through San Diego International Airport, and even though she was on her next flight.
According to her lawsuit against the carrier, got the off-duty employee, identified as “Ahmad,” and he took her contact information to the luggage tag on her hand and then uses that information to harass her through text messages.
After a review of the allegations, a spokesman for the U.s. it is revealed that the staffer was no longer employed by the airline.
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In march, Barno was waiting in Terminal 2 at the San Diego International Airport to board her flight to Chicago, where the mysterious texts started to trickle in, NBC San Diego reports.
An American Airlines passenger has filed a lawsuit against the carrier, claiming that it is an employee’s harassment of her at the San Diego International Airport, during the flight of the California air hub last year.
“Hey, Ashley! How have you been?,” read the first message from an unknown number.
“I’m fine, thank you!!! “I’m Sorry, I don’t know who it is,” Barno said.
“BTW, I have to tell you that you’re beautiful,” the mystery person continued, ignoring the woman’s request, in order to find out who was in contact with her.
Shocked by the incident, Barno, later, learned that it “Was” reportedly took his name, mobile phone number and the address of the luggage tag on her carry-on bag.
“The whole time I kept asking him,” Who are you? How do you know who I am?” How could you take my information?'” Barno told NBC.
“You’re looking quite lovely in a grey top today,” another message read.
As Barno looked at in the round, the sender, has allegedly revealed his name was “Ahmad.” The off-duty employee to be added to that, he worked for American Airlines.
“Enough to know that he knew what I looked like, and that we’re in a closed aircraft, and that there is no other way out… no, really scared me.”
— Ashley Barno
Barno states that “Ahmad,” continued texting her after she boarded the plane, and that the junk made her feel increasingly uncomfortable.
“I’m on board now. If you go to Chicago, too?” he wrote.
“Would you like to come with me? I really really love you so much!! Come and join me!!!!” in other messages as well.
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Barno right away order “Was” to leave her alone.
“The whole time I kept asking him,” Who are you? How do you know who I am?” How could you take my information?'” Barno recalled.
“Enough to know that he knew what I looked like, and that we’re in a closed aircraft, and that there is no other way out, if it’s really, really, really scared me,” she said. “Ahmad,” meanwhile, is determined to communicate with her.
“OK, it’s up to you, but for your friendship with me will be very useful to you,” he offered. “I can give you a good seating, access to lounges, free drinks, and more.”
Frustrated, Barno asked a flight attendant to explain the situation. The members of the crew are reported to have been “furious” with the person and their behaviour, and which confirmed that it “Was” working for the airlines.
Barno says the flight attendant, who act as “unbelievable.” And when the flight finally landed in the Windy City, as American Airlines employees guide “Was” out of the plane, NBC reports.
Shaken, Barno was upset to later on learn that the “Was” reportedly took his name, mobile phone number and the address of the luggage tag on her carry-on bag with your personal info, which is hidden on the label.
The plaintiff now contends that it “Was” difficult cases, at least one of the passengers, at the outlet.
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Although it is an American Airlines employee called out to her, after the incident, Barno says that the carrier will never accept the following inquiries, for more information.
“I’ve been trying for a couple of months to work this out amicably, but I like to think that they didn’t take it seriously, and no one has responded to me,” Barno said. She has since hired a lawyer and filed a suit against the carrier for negligent hiring, sexual harassment, and other alleged acts of misconduct.
“We are doing this in order to send a message to big corporations that this behavior is not acceptable,” Barno’s lawyer, Joe Samo, said. “They need to train their employees better, and better to take precautionary measures in order to ensure that such things do not happen again.”
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When reached for comment, a spokesperson for the carrier provided Fox News with the following statement:
“American Airlines takes the privacy and security of our customers very seriously. We have investigated the allegations and took appropriate action,” a representative said on Tuesday. “The employee involved in the complaint, is no longer employed by American Airlines.”