"The situations that we were concerned with were not just sexual comments but actual touching, or worse", Hudson said.
Founder of Zuckerberg Media and Facebook Live, and one of Facebook's early employees, Randi Zuckerberg said that the flight crew were "dismissive" of her complaints, telling her that the man was a regular on that route and that they'd tried to talk to him before. The passenger also was provided with alcohol throughout the flight, and at one point, a flight attendant reportedly stopped by to ask, "Are you behaving today?" Zuckerberg said she felt "disgusted" and "degraded" by the experience.
City tops in crimes against sr citizens, 2nd against women
Mumbai also ranked second in cases of kidnapping and abduction of children, with 5,457 cases in Delhi and 1,864 cases in Mumbai . Uttar Pradesh missed the dubious distinction of recording most rape cases in the country by a whisker.
She added that the flight attendant gave her the option to move to another seat near the back of the aircraft, but she refused because her opinion was she should not give her seat up when she was being harassed.
"Why is it the woman that needs to switch seats in this situation?" she asked. "Shouldn't he have been thrown off the plane?!" But most of all, she was mad at the airline.
"We can not support businesses that are complicit in allowing this behavior, and value the money of harassers over the comfort of their passengers", she continued. She also provided his seat number (4C) so he could be identified more easily.
Paul Hudson, president of the airline passenger advocacy group FlyersRights.org, said the government and should do more to track sexual assault on planes and issue guidelines for responding to them.
Tiger Woods finishes Day 2 tied fifth
We should all probably sit down, take a deep breath, and try to temper our excitement about Tiger Woods . His score could have been lower if not for three bogeys but he was pleased with his solid putting.
"We are going to be listening and learning, and do everything we possibly can to ensure everyone feels safe and comfortable on our planes".
"As a company, we have zero tolerance for any type of misconduct that creates an unsafe environment for our guests and our employees", Schneider write in the post.
Within two hours of her Twitter post, Zuckerberg tweeted again saying she had been assured by two executives from Alaska Airlines that an investigation had been launched and the airline had temporarily suspended the travel privileges of the passenger in question.
9 killed after gunmen storm Pakistan student accommodation
The area where the attack took place is a hub for educational institutions in the city, including the University of Peshawar . Shehzad Akbar, medical director of Hayatabad Medical Complex, said six people died of their wounds and 18 were being treated.