An American aviation company was forced to apologize after the mother filed a complaint in which she requested a staff member to mock the name of her daughter … named Abcde.
The mother who complained, Traci Redford, now laughs greatly on social media to name her a 5-year-old Abcde child – who of course pronounced Ab-city. Many users on Twitter were not sure about the response of their airline employees to their name, while others wondered why her mother thought it was a good idea after the first five letters of naming the alphabet.
According to Redford, he started to laugh with the employed company Southwest Airlines, warned his mother and child, talked with other staff about it, and even photographed the child's entry card. The image that extorted the name was published in social media where it was noticed by someone who knew the family.
When I type "Abcde" into the phone, it avtocorrects to write "abuse" that just speaks …
– ProfesorXover 2K19 (@WahzizNaim) November 30, 2018
Redford told ABC7 that her child was confused as to why the employee was blackmailing her. "She said," Mom, why is she laughing at my name? " "And I said that they are not all friendly and not everyone will be kind and unhappy."
The Texan mother claimed that within two weeks of her complaint the air carrier did not take action or reacted.
-Shall her child alive, calling her the first five letters of the freakin's alphabet and saying that the name is "ab-city"
Klaims A Southwestern employee is a great tool in her daughter's position to laugh at the name
– baby (@ bebeondack) November 30, 2018
Someone seriously named his child "ABCDE?" It's pronounced "ab-city." ?♂️ #nothisisntajoke
– Sir Smitty Yankee (@SmittytheYankee) November 30, 2018
Southwest spokesman Chris Mainz offered his family a "Honest apology" in a statement for Buzzfeed News. Mainz added that an employment announcement on social media "It does not show concern, respect and civilization" expect from flight crew.
Data from 2014 shows that Abcde's quite unique name is actually shared by 328 other people in the US.
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