Women do not enjoy being catcalled, whether they’re walking down the street or flying 36,000 feet in the air. And thanks to a swift move by Alaska Airlines, one flight attendant did not have to endure being harassed in her workplace.
In a Facebook post that’s been shared more than 3,000 times, plane passenger Amber Nelson wrote that a man sitting behind her catcalled a flight attendant while she was demonstrating how to use a life vest in case of an emergency.
“Ooh, sexy!” the passenger called out, according to Nelson, who added that she immediately felt discouraged and uncomfortable following the man’s outburst. But what happened next surprised her.
The flight attendant told the heckling passenger to be respectful, to which he replied that he was just messing around. She paused the safety demonstration, and spoke with her colleagues. Soon after, an Alaska Airlines employee boarded the plane and remove the passenger from the flight.
Article source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2016/10/12/alaska-airlines-removes-passenger-cat-calls-flight-attendant_n_12464022.html?utm_hp_ref=travel&ir=Travel