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'Outlander' Actor Overheard United Crew Joking About Dogs In Overhead Bins Just Four Days After Incident

'Outlander' Actor Overheard United Crew Joking About Dogs In Overhead Bins Just Four Days After Incident
Updated 2 months ago

On his way from New Orleans to Chicago via United Airlines, Scottish actor Graham McTavish from Outlander overheard something he couldn't believe: the crew on his flight were making jokes about a dog that died after a United employee forced passengers to put it in an overhead compartment.

Irate, he sounded off on Twitter about his experience:

It's been a very bad year for United's public relations team. The company became synonymous with poor service in April 2017 when footage surfaced of a passenger being forcibly dragged off a plane after refusing to give up his seat. Other animals have died, too, including a giant rabbit and several dogs. For many people, forcing a family to put their 10-month-old dog in an overhead bin was the last straw.

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McTavish's story infuriated Twitter users:

While others defended the flight attendants:

But most people seemed glad McTavish shared his experience:

If enough customers lash out at United, perhaps the airline will change their ways?

So sorry about your flight, Mr. McTavish. It also seems the second leg of your journey didn't go much better. Perhaps next time you'll take a different airline? Make sure to let United know why.