American Who Made Flight Attendants Wipe His Butt Continues to Book Flights With EVA Air
The obese American man who harassed and traumatized EVA Air flight attendants by ordering them to wipe him after defecating has, despite being banned, successfully booked more flights with the same airline.
According to Shanghaiist via Taiwan News, the unnamed man booked a two part flight with EVA Air for May 17, which would take him from Bangkok to Taipei and finally to Los Angeles. The man has reportedly booked over 20 flights with EVA in the past; in fact, this past incident was the second such incident recorded wherein the man bizarrely harassed flight attendants to wipe his butt after using the bathroom.
In addition, the man has also allegedly coerced flight attendants to “help clean his urine bottle,” as well as forcing them to clean soda and yogurt he’d spilled on himself during other flights.
The man was previously blacklisted by EVA Air following the January 21 incident. Among other disturbing details, the victimized flight attendant identified as “Kuo” explained that the male passenger appeared to be receiving sexual pleasure from assaulting the woman. “He said: ‘Oh, mmm, deeper, deeper,’ and then accused my chief attendant of not properly cleaning his backside, requesting that she do it again,” said Kuo.
The man managed to bypass the blacklist placed on him by entering an extra blank space in his name. He has been classified as a passenger unable to care for himself and therefore, must be accompanied by a nurse. While EVA Air has previously stated they would back their flight attendants if the man chose to sue, they have not yet commented on his most recent flight bookings.
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