Woman says airline made her move to accommodate 2 Pakistani monks who can’t sit next to female

Woman says airline made her move to accommodate 2 Pakistani monks who can’t sit next to female

An Orange County woman said she is the victim of discrimination.

Mary Campos says her pre-booked ticket was given away by United Airlines. The reason? She’s a woman, and two men didn’t want to sit next to a female.

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“I thought I lived in a culture where women were equal to men,” she says.

Campos is a senior consultant in the oil and gas industry.

She said she had no choice but to take her new seat assignment.

That’s when she said she wrote a letter to the CEO of United Airlines.

The letter said, in part, “What if I were handicapped, or transgender?” she wrote. “What if your entire crew were female? Any belief that prevents individuals from interacting with females should not travel on commercial aircraft.”

She got a reply that said United would look into it. She said she didn’t hear from them again.

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