Treasure Island

Joe Rosochacki


A New Low for Air Transport


I know the economy is bad all over,
But this has to take the cake,
Jet 2 is a no frills,
Airline would take the basic humanistic approach but they have thrills,
For charging an amputee,
to baggage his prosthetics,
His name is Mr. Skee.
He wanted to venture to Majorca, he along, with his family,
Could holiday on the beach.
Jet 2 put a damper on his plans for giving him a hard time with his artificial legs.
Mr Skee said: 'After getting confirmation details, I contacted them to say I needed special assistance for transportation of prosthetic limbs. 'They emailed me for my medication condition and contacted Jet2, who in turn told them they were not prepared to transport the legs for free.

That’s really low!

(3-30-09)

Submitted: Monday, May 04, 2009

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