You would think that airline employees might have gotten the memo on good behavior and how to treat their passengers. But it seems that Delta employees decided that they too wanted their 15 minutes of fame.
On April 23, the Schear family boarded a plane with their two toddlers. They had purchased four seats, one of which was for their fourteen-year-old son, who they decided to send home on an earlier flight. They let the airline officials know before they boarded that he was not accompanying them and that their two-year- old would occupy the seat.
The family boarded and sat down, only to be told that they would have to have the two-year-old sit on their lap, so another passenger could sit in that seat. According to NBC News, when the father, Brian Schear objected the airline employee responded by telling him, “So this is a federal offense. You and your wife could be in jail and your kids will be in foster care.'”
One question, who trains these people?