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Lesbian Qantas passengers flustered after staff ‘demanded they pierce seats’

November 10th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • A counsel claims she was discriminated opposite on a Qantas flight
  • Kristina Antoniades bloody airline on Facebook following Brisbane flight
  • The 35-year-old was seated subsequent to her daughter Lily and partner Merrin
  • She claimed a moody manager asked because they were seated together
  • She was afterwards asked to pierce so a father and mother could lay together
  • Qantas orator pronounced they realize it is ‘frustrating’ to change seats

Lucy Mae Beers For Daily Mail Australia

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A lesbian counsel travelling on a moody with her family claimed she was ‘humiliated’ after they were asked to pierce seats and lay detached so a married integrate could lay together.

Kristina Antoniades, 35, pronounced she was travelling in Qantas business category from Brisbane to Melbourne on Monday with her partner Merrin Hicks and daughter Lily when she was approached by a moody manager and asked because ‘she had taken it on [herself] to pierce a mother divided from her husband.’

‘I told her we had only as most right to be seated together as a married couple,’ Ms Antoniades wrote in a exhilarated post to Facebook on Tuesday. ‘She simply walked away.’

A counsel (left) travelling on a moody with her womanlike partner claimed she was 'humiliated' after they were questioned as to because they were seated together

A counsel (left) travelling on a moody with her womanlike partner claimed she was ‘humiliated’ after they were questioned as to because they were seated together

Kristina Antoniades (right), 35, was travelling in Qantas business category from Brisbane to Melbourne on Monday with her partner Merrin Hicks (left) and daughter Lily (centre)

Kristina Antoniades (right), 35, was travelling in Qantas business category from Brisbane to Melbourne on Monday with her partner Merrin Hicks (left) and daughter Lily (centre)

Antoniades pronounced a fight began after a contingent were summoned to a patron use opposite over a airports’ intercom before to boarding.

‘Merrin was suggested that Qantas had done a preference to pierce her chair to another quarrel so that a married integrate could be seated together,’ she wrote on Facebook.

‘They did not acknowledge that we were a family and wanted to lay together.’

After a behind and onward altercation, Ms Antoniades pronounced a staff reissued Ms Hicks with her strange boarding pass and seat, nonetheless a emanate followed them on house a flight.

The moody manager presumably asked Ms Hicks because she was seated subsequent to a masculine when his mother was sitting a a quarrel behind. 

‘We constructed [our boarding passes] and again she asked because we were not permitting a married integrate to be seated together, Ms Antioniades shared. ‘I again told her that Merrin was my partner and Lily a daughter.’ 

The 35-year-old family counsel pronounced that a fight began after a contingent were summoned to a patron use opposite and suggested to change seats even nonetheless they had already pre-selected 

The 35-year-old family counsel pronounced that a fight began after a contingent were summoned to a patron use opposite and suggested to change seats even nonetheless they had already pre-selected 

Following a incident, Ms Antoniades common a extensive Facebook post, blustering a airline for participating in 'blatant homophobia' and 'discrimination'

Following a incident, Ms Antoniades common a extensive Facebook post, blustering a airline for participating in ‘blatant homophobia’ and ‘discrimination’

Ms Antoniades pronounced they explained they were travelling with a toddler and a masculine pronounced 'he was excellent with us being seated together'

Ms Antoniades pronounced they explained they were travelling with a toddler and a masculine pronounced ‘he was excellent with us being seated together’

Ms Antoniades told Daily Mail Australia that a married integrate were in their ’50s or 60s’ and in ‘no approach influenced by their age.’

She pronounced they explained they were travelling with a toddler and a masculine pronounced ‘he was excellent with us being seated together.’ 

‘The masculine newcomer drank 4 eyeglasses of booze and did not even seem dissapoint by being separated,’ a 35-year-old said.

Ms Antoniades pronounced a airlines’ patron use table have given released an reparation and offering additional visit flyer points to a couple, describing a occurrence as a ‘misunderstanding.’

The moody manager presumably asked Ms Hicks because she was seated subsequent to a masculine when his mother was sitting a a quarrel behind

The moody manager presumably asked Ms Hicks because she was seated subsequent to a masculine when his mother was sitting a a quarrel behind

Ms Antoniades pronounced a airlines' patron use table have given released an reparation and offering additional visit flyer points to a couple

Ms Antoniades pronounced a airlines’ patron use table have given released an reparation and offering additional visit flyer points to a couple

She has not nonetheless perceived an reparation from a moody attendant.

Following a incident, Ms Antoniades common a extensive Facebook post, blustering a airline for participating in ‘blatant homophobia’ and ‘discrimination.’ 

A Qantas orator pronounced staff contacted a passengers to explain there were dual apart requests to be seated together, The Herald Sun reported.

‘We totally know that it can be frustrating to be asked to change seats when we have already selected where to sit,’ a orator said.

‘In this case, Kristina, her partner and their daughter trafficked in a seats creatively reserved to them while a other integrate were sat separately.’

Daily Mail Australia have contacted Qantas for comment. 

A Qantas orator pronounced staff contacted a passengers to explain there were dual apart requests to be seated together

A Qantas orator pronounced staff contacted a passengers to explain there were dual apart requests to be seated together

 

 


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