A British Airways customer on a recent flight to Dubai claims she discovered what appears to be a dental implant in the lunch that the cabin crew served her. She claims she has complained to the Heathrow-based airline and is still waiting to hear back.
The unpleasant finding was discovered by Ghada El-Hoss, 34, aboard a British Airways flight on October 25 between London and Dubai.
Ghada tried to track down a response to her complaint by contacting British Airways on Twitter earlier this week. Ghada added in her mail, “Still waiting to hear from you regarding this dental implant we found in our food.
Ghada said, “We have all of our teeth: it’s not ours. “This is horrible. Additionally, I am unable to reach anyone in your call center.
@British_Airways still waiting to hear from you regarding this dental implant we found in our food on flight BA107 from London to Dubai on Oct. 25 (we have all our teeth: it's not ours). This is appalling. I also can't get through to anyone from your call center. pic.twitter.com/Iwqd3mOylt
— Ghada (@ghadaelhoss) December 4, 2022
The discovery of a severed snake’s head in a meal for the cabin staff on a SunExpress flight in July may have been even more horrifying.
After a Business Class traveler on a transatlantic flight from Frankfurt to Dallas Fort Worth discovered what seemed to be tiny live bugs in his salad in June, American Airlines came under fire.
British Airways appears to still be looking into Ghada’s claims in the most recent instance, according to a spokeswoman who said: “We have been in touch with the customer directly to apologize and ask for further details so that we can investigate urgently.”
Photo cover via Twitter: @ghadaelhoss