Mother FORCED out of airline seat by two Pakistani monks refusing to sit near ANY women

Mother FORCED out of airline seat by two Pakistani monks refusing to sit near ANY women
 

Mary Campos was handed a new boarding pass with a different seat number, much to her confusion, just before boarding a flight to Houston, Texas from Coto de Caza in California.
The frequent flyer, of Coto de Caza, was told she had to move because two men seated next to her had "cultural beliefs" meaning they cannot sit next to or talk to women.
Female flight staff were also not allowed to serve the men, dressed in traditional orange robes, during the flight on September 19.
Ms Campos, a senior consultant in the oil and gas industry, said the gate agent told her she had a new seat... read more

 
3 October 2016 in World News, Views: 36
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