Transportation Security Administration agents were accused of making a 95-year-old woman take off her diaper before a flight from Florida to Michigan, but the TSA now says it has investigated the incident and found that its agents did no such thing. [More]
UPDATE: The TSA said in a statement its agents did not require the woman to remove her diaper: [More]
Jennie says she arranged for a ticket on American Airlines to have her boss’s mom fly from Santa Fe to Los Angeles. The passenger suffers from dementia and somehow ended up on the wrong flight, headed instead to Texas. Jennie says the airline admitted fault, refunded the ticket and even sent her flowers, but she says the efforts weren’t enough because the woman is terrified to fly now. [More]
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- Regal Theaters, the nation’s largest theater chain, has begun testing devices in 25 of its locations that allow patrons to summon ushers if audience members use cell phones or become unruly. Regal Chief Executive Michael Campbell told the Reuters Media Summit in New York Wednesday that a second button will notify management of faulty projection, a third about uncomfortable room temperature, and a fourth about any other problem. Campbell said that ordinarily customers won’t say anything such problems while the film is running. “They just will complain on their way out or, in the worst case scenario, they don’t come back.” He said that he expects the device to be available nationwide next year and that it will be given to “mature” audience members, who will receive free popcorn for their efforts.