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I then said this verbatim— "I want you to understand why I was taking pictures. As I walked up front, I noticed the FA who had reprimanded me earlier ducked into the front galley and out of sight. Your FA is lying—I did not disobey any crewmember instruction. But I had to buy a new ticket to Baku, which set me back another 5.
She referenced this section of the magazine: The allegedly off-limits picture: I looked at the FA, smiled, but said nothing, putting my i Phone away. Captain: I don't have any, but United will have no trouble finding me. With that, he turned and retreated back into the flight deck, with the female first officer looking on. I walked back to my seat, opened the overhead bin, and retrieved my garment bag and rollerboard.
To be clear, I did not take any more pictures—not a single one. There were whispers throughout the business class and Economy Plus cabins as I made the walk of shame down the aisle.
The situation was both traumatizing and highly embarrassing and I wanted to ensure that I had ample time to consider what transpired before hurling any accusations or failing to understand the other side.
But frankly, the more I replay the incident in my mind, the more certain I become that I was wronged.
It was my first time on this reconfigured aircraft and my first longhaul in the Continental Business First seat. As I settled into my seat, I pulled out my i Phone to take a few pictures of the seat.
When I held the phone at forehead level to take the picture below, a flight attendant came running over and told me that I could not take any pictures of the cabin.