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Johnny Ravenhill takes authorised movement opposite Thomas Cook after son fell ill during hotel

November 26th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • Johnny Ravenhill pronounced his son, Bobby, suffered a box of food poisoning
  • They spent dual weeks during a Oasis Park Hotel in Salou, Spain 
  • Bobby became so ill that he was incompetent to leave his room, his father said
  • The child suffered queasiness and scour and mislaid half a mill in weight
  • His father claims Thomas Cook unsuccessful to yield any support to a family
  • The debate user pronounced it is questioning a Ravenhill family’s claims 

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A Belfast father who claims Thomas Cook ‘abandoned’ his family after his four-year-old son fell severely ill during an comprehensive holiday is holding authorised movement opposite a debate operator.

Johnny Ravenhill pronounced he was left feeling ‘disgusted’ with a approach his family was treated while his son, Bobby, was cramped to his bed with a box of food poisoning during Oasis Park Hotel in Salou, Spain.

Just 6 days into a family’s two-week holiday final August, Bobby suffered queasiness and diarrhoea, was incompetent to leave a room, and mislaid about half a mill in weight, his father said.

Bobby Ravenhill, 4, became so ill that he was incompetent to leave his room, his father, Johnny, said

Bobby Ravenhill, 4, became so ill that he was incompetent to leave his room, his father, Johnny, said

Johnny Ravenhill (with Bobby) pronounced he was left feeling ‘disgusted’ with a approach his family was treated Bobby was incompetent to leave a family's hotel room for days

Johnny Ravenhill (left, with Bobby) pronounced he was left feeling ‘disgusted’ with a approach his family was treated

In an talk with MailOnline, Johnny, 38, claimed a transport organisation unsuccessful to yield support after he reported his son’s illness roughly median by a £3,000 holiday.

Johnny said: ‘He only refused to eat anything and he started vomiting. We suspicion it was only a stomach bug so we left him for a day, a day and a half, and realised he wasn’t removing any better.

‘I started panicking given for a whole generation of a day and a half he couldn’t keep anything down.

‘A whole lot of times he couldn’t make it to a bedroom to a toilet, only a few feet away.’

Johnny stayed by his son’s side for scarcely 5 days and speedy his partner, Yvonne, and 10-year-old daughter, Nikita, to go out and suffer a review so not to spoil their holiday.

Johnny pronounced a Thomas Cook deputy during a review told him his son’s illness couldn’t be food poisoning given no one else was ill.

Johnny Ravenhill pronounced his four-year-old son, Bobby, fell ill about 6 days into a two-week holiday in Spain

Johnny Ravenhill pronounced his four-year-old son, Bobby, fell ill about 6 days into a two-week holiday in Spain

He pronounced he had to lift his son to a private alloy a few streets away, and a alloy reliable his son had food poisoning.

He paid £100 for a medical hearing and prescribed medicine, and about a third of a cost was lonesome by his transport insurance.

Johnny pronounced he went behind to a Thomas Cook repute with acknowledgment from a doctor, and claims that a repute unsuccessful to check in with a family again, notwithstanding earnest to do so.

He pronounced Bobby’s continued to feel diseased and was means to leave a hotel room nearby a finish of a holiday, nonetheless he vomited while sitting in a shade nearby a pool.

After Bobby fell ill, a family motionless to buy a food off-site given Yvonne and Nikita were fearful to eat during a hotel.

When they returned to Belfast Bobby’s condition worsened and he was taken to hospital, where he was prescribed antibiotics.

Johnny Ravenill was during a review with his son, Bobby, daughter, Nikita, and partner, Yvonne (not pictured) Johnny pronounced his daughter and partner were fearful to eat during a resort

Johnny Ravenill was during a review with his son, Bobby, daughter, Nikita, and partner, Yvonne (not pictured)

Doctors pronounced he had a serious stomach infection, disfigured bowel and distended lymph nodes, his father said.

He has given contacted a barrister to examine his son’s illness.

Johnny said: ‘It’s not about a money, it’s about Bobby not being good and nobody bothering or being interested. We were only left there.

‘I’m only troubled that they didn’t come and see if he was all right.’

Bobby is now frightened to go on another holiday.

His father said: ‘We were meditative about engagement a holiday this year. His respond was “No, I’m not going”. He said, “I get ill when we go on holiday”. A child shouldn’t be meditative or feeling like that.’

A orator for Thomas Cook told MailOnline: ‘We were really contemptible to learn that Bobby became indisposed while he was on holiday during a Oasis Park Hotel in Salou. Thomas Cook takes all issues to do with health and hygiene really seriously, and we customarily commence eccentric third-party audits of all a hotels.

‘We can endorse that we have been approached by a law organisation representing a Ravenhill family. We are incompetent to yield any serve criticism while a investigations into a resources of Bobby’s illness continue.’


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