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United Allegedly Makes Woman Switch Seats Because Two Men Didn’t Want to Sit with a Woman

According to million-mile flyer, Mary Campos, United switched her from her pre-booked seat to another one to accommodate a request. It wasn’t a request to move a family together or to move an underaged person out of the exit row.  The two men who were going to share the row with her requested that she... The post United Allegedly Makes Woman Switch Seats Because Two Men Didn’t Want to Sit with a Woman appeared first on Le Chic Geek.
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