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Bathroom blunder: EasyJet passengers claims he was ‘racially profiled’ after the pitchfork burst in plane toilet

Adil Kayani says that the EasyJet of the apologies and the offer of $660 is not enough compensation for the disturbing ordeal.
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A frustrated EasyJet passenger claims that the crew of the pitchfork was motivated by “racial discrimination”, when he burst into the plane bathroom, and embarrass, the man who halfway through the flight.

Adil Kayani, from Birmingham, England, says he is “exposed” and embarrassed about two hours in a 5 March flight from Marrakech to Manchester, when a male flight attendant barged in while he was going to the toilet, The Telegraph reports. In the past few days, Adil Kayani has made his story public, claiming that EasyJet’s apology and offer of $660 is not enough compensation for the disturbing ordeal.

The Video images from the air, the cabin crew member that Kayani claims burst in on him on the toilet on an Easyjet flight from Marrakech to Manchester.
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“There was a heavy knock on the door. I cried ” I’ll be out soon, wait a minute,'” the 35-year-old recalled, according to the Telegraph. “But then the lock changed from red to green. Someone had opened from the outside and forced their way in.”

After making his way back to his seat, Kayani says that a female staff member explained that the untimely interruption was a part of the attention to safety and security policy.
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“I was still sat on the toilet and I was totally exposed. I yelled [‘From’] and he closes the door immediately,” he continued. “They didn’t do this to someone else on the flight. It’s not like I was on the toilet for a long time. I feel totally violated.”

After making his way back to his seat, Kayani says that a female staff member explained that the untimely interruption was a part of the attention to safety and security policy.

The passenger says that he was in the toilet for less than ten minutes, but EasyJet staff say that Kayani was in the bathroom for more than fifteen minutes, Metro reports.

“I think that it is racial discrimination. You can change the color of my skin,” Kayani devised. “I was racially profiled. The discrimination was. I think it is Islamophobic.”
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Although representatives of the carrier has since apologized to Kayani, and offered him a financial compensation, the disgruntled passenger says that the deals are a weak attempt to make amends, and that he targeted Pakistani person of the Muslim faith.

“I think that it is racial discrimination. You can change the color of my skin,” Kayani said, according to the Telegraph. “I was racially profiled. The discrimination was. I think it is Islamophobic.”

Although representatives of the carrier has since apologized to Kayani, and offered him a financial compensation, the disgruntled passenger says that the offers are weak changes, and that he targeted Pakistani person of the Muslim faith.
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“I feel like my dignity is being violated and my dignity is more important than the money. I’m just not happy with that,” he continued. “I want a proper apology from the person who I feel is not only dismissive, but very rude and arrogant.”

“I feel like a criminal. It was really humiliating for me,” he added.

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In the days since the sellers for the carrier is returned Fox News’ request for comment on the story with the following statement:

“EasyJet is a pity as Mr. Kayani is not satisfied with the handling of the issue on board, however, the cabin crew and the safety of the procedures correctly followed by the knocking on the door of the toilet, and then opening it after there was no answer after a concern that a passenger had been inside for some time,” a spokesman said on 19 March. “This procedure is in lieu of the passengers to ensure the safety of all passengers on board, including the well-being of the customer in the toilet.”

“There is absolutely no evidence to suggest that race played a role,” she added.

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