Businessman Mirko Fischer sues British Airwars 'for treating men like perverts' | Mail Online
This is totally over the top. British Airways forbids any male to sit next to a child who is either unaccompanied or in a different aisle than their parent. The British have caved into full-blown paranoia.
A businessman is suing British Airways over a policy that bans male passengers from sitting next to children they don't know - even if the child's parents are on the same flight.
Mirko Fischer has accused the airline of branding all men as potential sex offenders and says innocent travellers are being publicly humiliated.
In line with the policy, BA cabin crew patrol the aisles before take-off checking that youngsters travelling on their own or in a different row from their parents are not next to a male stranger.
If they find a man next to a child or teenager they will ask him to move to a different seat. The aircraft will not take off unless the passenger obeys.
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