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Gay Couple Sues United For Dildo Luggage Prank

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Plaintiffs' bags were sent to the baggage carousel where plaintiffs discovered, to their horror, that a private sex toy had been removed from one of their bags, covered in a greasy foul-smelling substance and taped prominently to the top of their bag... Plaintiffs experienced extreme shock and horror when they observed the above-described bag and when observing the surprised and/or laughing faces of numerous onlookers in the baggage claim area. (www.huffingtonpost.com) More...

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WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
Why are their no comments on this story? LOL
amahran
amahran 1
Well, in my honest opinion, I believe the airport employee that did that needs to be some form of disciplinary action for infringing on others' privacy. I don't see why the airline deserves to get sued, though.
And why do people disrespect individuals that are part of sexual minorities anyways? I mean, this IS 2012, I'd expect at least some sort of civility for one's tastes in partners by now, given the fact that we've progressed a lot in world wide awareness and psychology... Move on, respect others regardless of their lifestyles.

In any form, the airport personnel responsible deserves a sort of disciplinary action, that's not up for debate.

My condolences to the couple, that must have been a hard time for them...I truly feel a need to apologize to them for others' actions towards them.
vkgarry
Garry Parker 1
United doesn't have access to luggage anyway. Want to to sue? Call TSA.
Britishboyy
Tyler Tashji 0
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

Gay Couple Accuses Continental Airlines of Shaming Them with Sex Toy

I'm sorry, but if it was so bad, then why wait a year to sue? Seriously.

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Couple-Accuse-Airline-Of-Shaming-Them-With-Dildo-167733125.html?dr

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