November 19, 2018
No one wants to sit next to a fat person on a flight.
But no one wants to be impolite, either.
Worse, everyone has seen how brutal airlines are with their customers who defy their will, and are afraid of getting beaten up by Black HR representatives and then accused of spreading Islamic Terror by the DHS, and arrested for racism just for giggles by the FBI.
If only you knew how bad things really were…
So we all stay quiet about the fatty sitting next to us.
Waiting for a hero to rise up from amongst us.
A man is suing British Airways claiming he suffered injuries on a flight after being seated next to an “obese” passenger, whose fat caused him to sit in an uncomfortable position for 12 hours.
Stephen Huw Prosser, an engineer from Wales, has claimed in Pontypridd County Court that British Airways declined his request to be moved away from an “obese as well as tall” fellow passenger on a flight from Bangkok to London in 2016.
Prosser says he asked to be moved away from the window seat after a man, who he claims weighed more than 22 stone and had a build similar to the late New Zealand rugby player Jonah Lomu, sat next to him. However, the 51-year-old from Tonypandy was told the flight was full.
“He had to physically squeeze himself between the armrests. His buttocks were bulging onto my side and the rest of his bulk spilling over. The weight of this man’s bulk was pushing my spine in a painful, unnatural and crooked position as I tried to remain in an upright position.”
What a trooper. That must have sucked.
Imagine how he must have felt. Imagine the smell.
I can legit feel it right now as I write this, coming through the screen. Here take a look and take a mental whiff.
It is inhumane to have to sit next to a fat person.
It’s in the Geneva Convention, for god’s sakes.
Tbh, if I were in the skinny guy’s shoes, I would just start crying out to god at the unfairness of it all.
The never-ending lines, the muzzie security guards, the shitty food, the niggers to my left I’m trying my hardest not to look at, the air blowing into my ears from the neighbor’s air nozzle… and then… I see him from the end of the plane… walking straight towards me, eyes alternating from the ticket to me, the ticket to me, the ticket to the seat next to me. My god, what a behemoth.
I hope he’s not… is he really?
I gulp and nod my head.
And now I’m locked in for 12 hours of suffering. Begging God to take me far away from this place.
I hope his lawsuit makes airlines reconsider their inhumane policies.