Passengers fuming after 10-hour United Airlines flight runs out of toilet paperBy Mason White 8:40 AM June 25, 2013
|“Fly by the tips of your fingers” napkins|
By: John Roberts
(Scroll down for video) Passengers on board a United Airlines flight from San Francisco, California to London, England were angry after flight crew announced that the plane’s supply of toilet paper ran out.
Passengers on the ten-hour flight had to make themselves comfortable without toilet paper in the air and were told to try to use materials they have in their carry on luggage.
Flight attendants stuffed the bathrooms with “Fly by the tips of your fingers” napkins. Special bins were placed in the bathrooms were passengers threw away the dirty napkins.
Gretchen Holland, an airline passenger of United Airlines, said: “That’s gross, that’s so terrible. If I’m paying for a ticket, it must include the price of toilet paper, I think.”
United Airlines apologized to customers for the inconvenience and said that they were worried that the flight would have been delayed if they had stopped to replenish the toilet paper supplies.
The airline is ranked in last place in the American Customer Service Index.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view