DENVER (KARE) A Minnesota man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement.
He says the agent “rudely and dismissively” told him he couldn’t do that because it was against policy and they would all have to wait.
“I said, ‘is this a new policy? I’m not clear,’” said Watson. He says the gate agent replied, “No, that’s the policy and we can stand here and argue about it all day, but I’m not going to change my mind.”
Watson says he said in parting, “Real nice way to treat an A-List. I’ll be sure to tweet about it.” And that’s what he did.
“I said in caps: RUDEST AGENT IN DENVER. KIMBERLY S. GATE C39. NOT HAPPY @SWA.”
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