Kulula flight delayed after passenger allegedly called the captain the k-word

Kulula flight delayed after passenger allegedly called the captain the k-word

- On the 15th of June a Kulula flight from Joburg to Durban was delayed by 10 minutes when a woman was accused of calling the captain the k-word

- The passengers on board were not impressed with the woman, and one of them reported her

- A Kulula spokesperson stated that the airline will not allow any such behaviour because it could make their staff uncomfortable

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On Friday evening a woman was removed from a Kulula flight from Joburg to Durban after she was accused of calling the captain the k-word.

Another passenger, Nadine Watkins, shared the news on social media, according to The Sowetan.

Watkins stated that the flight would turn back to the Johannesburg airport after a passenger called the captain the k-word.

Apparently, the passenger was talking to her boyfriend on her phone. She was overheard and reported.

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Briefly.co.za learned that William Smook, confirmed that there was an incident. There will be an investigation.

There are more than one witness of the incident.

Smook stated that the Kulula Airline will not condone any behaviour that makes their staff uncomfortable.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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