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will people ever learn? You never, ever ask a woman if she is pregnant unless
you’re absolutely sure that she is.
Jetstar Airways has learned that lesson the
hard way after being forced to apologize to a New Zealand passenger who was
offended by being asked if she was pregnant.
Grethe Andersen, who has no bun in the oven,
complained after a flight attendant showed 'no remorse' after asking the 'rude'
question as she boarded a flight from Wellington to Auckland.
24, claims the male flight attendant gestured at his stomach and asked her:
"How many weeks are you?"
Jetstar told local media it contacted Andersen
to apologize and offered her £44 flight voucher, reports the BBC. She said she did not get an apology at the time.
Andersen said she felt
"self-conscious", and added: "I used to be quite heavily
overweight and even then was never met by such a rude question and especially
no remorse from the flight attendant."
A Jetstar spokesman told news service NZME that
it “sincerely apologizes for the distress the passenger