Mark Zuckerberg sister’s harassment spotlights ‘epidemic’ on airlines

Mark Zuckerberg sister’s harassment spotlights ‘epidemic’ on airlines

Mark Zuckerberg sister’s harassment spotlights ‘epidemic’ on airlines

Mark Zuckerberg’s sister isn’t the primary to complain regarding sexual misconduct on jetliners—a problem a distinguished flight attendants’ union called a “silent epidemic” that airlines have didn’t solve.

Randi Zuckerberg, a media executive, said this week that a male traveler on an Alaska air unit inc. the flight made repeated harassing comments to her and airline staff did nothing regarding it. in a letter to the carrier posted on social media, the sister of the Facebook Inc. the founder said the crew members continued to serve the abusive client alcoholic drinks and told her to not “take it in person.”

Zuckerberg’s description of the incident on a visit from Los Angeles to Mazatlan, Mexico, drew widespread media attention and Alaska Airlines temporarily revoked the passenger’s travel privileges, unfinished an investigation. Still, airlines should take stronger action to crack down on in-flight harassment and assault, said Sara Nelson, international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA).

Bubai Bhattacharjee

www.voiceofrepublic.com

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