"What really hurt me is for my child to see me getting handcuffed and taken away from her," Rosetta Swinney said.
Female cabin crew at a popular airline are being forced to wear heels unless they have a doctor’s note. Women who work as flight attendants for Norwegian Air are not allowed to wear flat shoes on the plane unless they have a medical letter. The company’s 22-page dress code document – which states that heels must be at least 2cm high – has come under fire.
Two female JetBlue crew members claim they and a third women were drugged by two pilots for the airline, one of whom allegedly raped them.
The airline says the passenger "posed a safety risk," but one bridesmaid insists that she wasn't exhibiting "drunken behavior."
The airline is coming forward to say that the passenger's inability to travel had nothing to do with his terminal illness, but instead his possession of prohibited items.