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Denied boarding on Air Canada

Halifax, Canada
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Denied boarding on Air Canada

There is a story in The Chronicle Herald of Halifax that 2 women were denied boarding at Varadero Airport because they were drunk and fighting in the departure lounge. Did anyone see this?

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1. Re: Denied boarding on Air Canada

GOOD. I bet the other passengers appreciated it!!!

Sheffield, United...
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Nothing worse than having a drunk next to you on your way home, but women fighting ! Will they be allowed on the next plane if there's room ?

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They may have to pay full fare. That would be such a shame ... not!

ps: I love love love my new avatar! I wonder how that happened!!! LOL

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4. Re: Denied boarding on Air Canada

Aww. .I always miss all the fun ;-)

5. Re: Denied boarding on Air Canada

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