Reports of a altercation between Kelly Rowland and her entourage and Qantas staff beg the question “Who really was the rude one?”Rowland claims Qantas staff were rude to her and her entourage on a flight from Melbourne to Sydney this week.
Qantas staff had a run-in with the travellers when one of Rowland’s posse refused to sit in the allocated seat, another refused to switch off a laptop and another refused to turn off a mobile phone.
Rowland complained that her entourage were “treated like five-year olds”. Maybe that is because they acted like five-year olds.
Ms Rowland may not have noticed that a while ago there was this little thing called 911. People died and airlines had to change their policies.
It is not as nice as it once was to travel, in fact often it can be downright inconvenient, but Ms Rowland needs to stop acting like a five-year old and wake up to herself.
An airline is not your own personal space. It is a high security travel environment.
Kelly Rowland calling Qantas “shitty” because of her own bad behaviour is not only childish but arrogant.
The staff at Qantas deserve to be cut some slack on this one. Fact: they were in the wrong seat and refused to move. Fact: One was on a laptop and refused to turn it off. Fact: One was on a mobile and refused to turn it off.
Ms Rowland and her friends could have been arrested for their behaviour. They should thank Qantas for not permanently banning them from the airline.