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Wanna Sit in Someone’s Piss? Fly British Airways

Airline customer service is one a kind. These airlines are basically flying Greyhound buses. Take this British Airways passenger.

Andrew Wilkinson, 39, claims he was forced to fly from London’s Heathrow AIrport to South Africa while sitting in someone else’s urine-soaked seat. That’s an eleven hour flight. Great news for anyone with piss fetishes, bad news for everyone else.

Wilkinson paid about $1600 for the flight. When he notified a stewardess, he got a wet wipe to clean off the urine. Yea, that’s about right for airline customer service. They blow. Also, how are you gonna clean urine with a wet wipe? Dumb.

Wilkinson said:

“It was awful. By the end of the flight, I could feel it seeping into my jeans.”

A British Airways spokesperson issued a statement (of course). It was basically the equivalent of shrugging their shoulders.

“…the flight was completely full and there were no spare seats to move the customer to.”

“We were very concerned to hear about this and have been in touch with our customer to apologise and make amends.

“The cleanliness of our aircraft is of the utmost importance to us and our planes are cleaned thoroughly after every flight. We also perform frequent spot checks to make sure our cleaners are maintaining our high standards.”  ​

Thorough cleanings don’t include piss-stained seats evidently. These cleaning crews need to do smell tests on each seat from now on. Shove their noses right in there. Is that urine? Poopie? If so, maybe Lysol that down. Or carry around same-colored seat covers and tie it over the old one. By the time the passenger finds out, it’ll be too late.

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