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Diabetic Westjet passenger claims the flight, gave him a meal of only potatoes: ‘Two of the most dangerous foods’

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What a way to celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month.

A Westjet passenger and the flight went quickly south after the flight attendants served him, and two different potato preparations, and after he asked for a “diabetic-friendly meal.” He stated the flightmare is on social media, where it quickly went viral.

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The british producer James Boyle, better known as DJ Rupture, he says, had asked for a “diabetic-friendly” meals, on a Westjet flight from Canada, the united kingdom, the Independent reported. What he got instead was a not-for-diabetic-friendly help with both boiled and mashed potatoes.

Suffice to say, Boyle was not happy with the way the carbs “in darkness.” He tweeted at the Canada-based airline on Monday, saying: “my Dear WestJet, I am not a person to be a diva, but if I am a diabetic meal request, and then the last thing I expected was for this.”

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He added that the food was “solely on the basis of carbohydrates and sugar, which are two of the most dangerous foods for a diabetic.”

Specifically, they can lead to a coma, amputation, blindness, and even death,” according to a later tweet by Boyle, who, to show that he has Type 1 diabetes, reports the Independent. However, he added, “even a diabetic, how is that a meal?”

Unfortunately, the diabetic, the DJ’s, the complaints seem to be fallen on deaf ears.

Westjet has been shamed in a 180 on their previous responses. “We’ve missed the mark, and we would like to take the opportunity to take a look at this,” tweeted the carrier.
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To add insult to a potential diabetic coma, and Commented as tweeted that they can still be found in the food that will be served on board with a genuine concern for our guests who are travelling for a few minutes, then do it.”

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The seemingly flippant response wasn’t very good with social media, and the masses of the people.

“This is one of the rudest customer reactions I’ve ever seen!” said one sympathizer. The other one chimed in, “that is what a lot of people have allergies and specific needs, in this day and age. If so, how did you become aware of all of this?”

Westjet has been shamed in a 180 on their previous responses. “We’ve missed the mark, and we would like to take the opportunity to take a look at this,” tweeted the carrier.

Not impressed, Boyle replied: “No.” But how about a real apology? You agree to accept responsibility for your dangerous & ill-conceived actions, to learn from them and change.

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The World Health Organization (who) reports that the number of diabetic patients has shot up from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million euros in the last five years. The disease was the seventh leading cause of death in 2016.

This article was originally published in the New York Post.

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