Double whammy for Man U fan at the weekend!

Double whammy for Man U fan at the weekend!

 

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Picture: Sanook

 

Sanook reported that a Bangkok woman was furious that staff on an airline only offered her 500 baht after she suffered damage to her loaded bag. 

 

When her bag appeared at the carousel in Chiang Mai it was smashed in two corners with the wheels hanging off. 

 

She complained to the counter who said she should have taken out insurance. 

 

It was discovered from CCTV that the damage was already done on the conveyor at Don Muang airport.

 

So 500 baht compensation was the best they could do.

 

She refused this and was told that she should take her bag and contact the call center. 

 

She was furious that no one took responsibility and gave her a hand at all - she had to drag the bag and throw away the wheels herself.

 

So she ranted on Facebook. 

 

Sanook did not name the woman or the airline. 

 

The only thing that had a name on it was the bag that sported the Manchester United crest. 

 

The lady's team went down 2-0 to Arsenal on Sunday night to complete a miserable weekend!

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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