In a felony complaint filed in U.S. District Court this week, a 14-year-old girl says an off-duty Delta Connection pilot touched her inappropriately while she was sleeping next to him on a flight from Detroit to Salt Lake City. He’s being charged with abusive sexual contact on an aircraft. [More]
There’s a certain sort of unspoken pact among airplane passengers when it comes to obeying the rules. For example, I’m not going to tattle on you for keeping your iPad on during takeoff (although I’ve got a wicked side-eye) but if you try to use the emergency exit in mid-flight, people are gonna stop you. Or at least, they should.
Jason tells Consumerist that his local SuperTarget seems to have a new policy: don’t even look at the toys on display unless you’re going to buy them. Or maybe this is just the personal policy of a single cranky, elderly employee who scolded Jason’s children for browsing the toy aisle while their parents shopped. Whatever the case, after this incident Jason and his family aren’t keen to buy toys–or anything else–at Target anymore.