قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Entertainment / Mayim Bialik claims United Airlines ‘shut the door’ in her face

Mayim Bialik claims United Airlines ‘shut the door’ in her face



The star of "The Big Bang Theory" Mayim Bialik insists he is not a "prima donna" after he collapsed when a United Airlines would "close the gate in the face", causing it to lose its connecting flight and take a later.

Bialik complained about the airline on Sunday on Twitter and its 3.1 million followers on Instagram.

"At the flight attendant @UnitedAirlines who closed the boarding gate in the face, I made my connecting flight to Houston," tweeted after the & # 39; incident at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. "It was a tight squeeze but you said there were a lot of free seats … when you saw my suitcase, you said there was no space and you close the door in your face."

On Instagram, Bialik explained that she "aggressively" crossed the airport and just approached the gate for her flight connection ̵

1; before she was removed.

When the agent told her that her hand baggage would not fit on board, the actress tried to explain that she had a first-class ticket and that her bag could be hidden there. [19659002] "Random people think I'm a prima donna because while she closes the door I said," I have a first class seat! "I did not mean to say that I deserved it more, I meant my suitcase to sit in my first-class seat and sit down on one side?" Wrote Bialik.

In a follow-up tweet the forty-three mother of two, who became famous as the star of the TV series of the years "90" Blossom ", wondered why United could not accept the his "small suitcase" in first class, even after saying that there were many free seats on the flight.

"And there were five other people in my escape who were there with me, whom she left on the plane," Bialik continued. "Maybe she does not like the Big Bang theory. They even had hand baggage."

He tagged United in another post, saying "it's about humanity."

"He did not even say I'm sorry, I flew on your airline " Bialik wrote . "Thank you for booking me on a later flight, but right now you need to remember that we're all human."

This prompted United to respond to Bialik, telling her to send them a message.

"We managed to bring Mrs. Bialik on the next flight to Los Angeles and we are reviewing what happened with our team in Houston," United spokesman Jonathan Guerin said.


Source link