A Canadian man sued an airline because it advertised a champagne toast for passengers on board.
It’s affectionately called The Prosecco Case.
Once in the air, the airline did indeed have a toast, but it served sparkling wine instead.
What was the result? A lawsuit.
Delta Air Lines has been hit with a lawsuit after an airline snack apparently resulted in thousands of dollars of dental work.
A woman ordered pita bread with aubergine dipping sauce on a Los Angeles-bound flight.
She claims she bit down on a pebble in the food.
The airline offered her about $80 worth of mileage coupons.
Instead, she sued for about $10,000, claiming complex dental restoration.
Then there’s my favorite.
A passenger aboard a Celebrity Cruise ship later sued the line, claiming she didn’t meet one celebrity.
You can’t make that one up.
For more information about travel-related lawsuits, check out:
- Princess Cruises Fined $40 Million for Illegally Dumping in the Ocean
- Resort Fees Lead to Class Action Lawsuit
- Three Ways to Get Kicked Out Of Your Frequent Flyer Program
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