First-class flier tries to sneak drinks to pals in economy section, pays the price
5 monthes ago - By WGN TV
Travel and Leisure sees him as a “first class Robin Hood.” American Airlines saw him as a disruptive passenger and booted him from a flight.
The controversy? It seems the unidentified first-class flier tried to sneak drinks to two of his buddies in economy and got busted.
Another passenger on the plane, Katie Genter, writes about what happened at the Points Guy .
After the man boarded the weekend flight from Philadelphia to Atlanta, he ordered two PDBs, or pre-departure beverages, saying that one was for a woman in a nearby seat. Then he tried to walk both back to economy, but a flight...
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