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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by eolesen, Jan 14, 2020 at 12:59 AM.
If all is true and accurate, I hope he gets fired. That is ridiculous behavior.
Good. Did anyone know him?
I got the impression from some of the reports I read that he is gate agent. He seemed to know rather more than he ought about his victim. If he is a gate agent, I expect that this will not be the end of this event now that the gate agents are unionized.
That's what I first thought because he acquired personal information but the article I posted said he read her baggage tag and got her phone number. He might have been a passenger service agent but that's not how he got the info. Sick people are still out there. What was he trying to do? Obviously thinking of himself. Glad he's gone.
I think he was also nonreving on her flight. This reminds me of a DFW ramper about 20yrs ago that would see a beautiful FA on the employee bus and follow her home. He would hang out at her apt complex and wait for her to go to the store or mall...etc. and follow her everywhere...all the time in his uniform and would try and make small talk with her in public....it worked once or twice but after he kept showing up all the time it became more than a coincidence... he ended up fired and eventually some jail time....he had some mental health issues among other things.
Wow ! Mental Health Issues !!
That sounds like our Anthony Hopkins, on the Water Cooler.
Bears, the events that triggered this thread are NOT funny. Give it a rest.
You knew Weez 20 years ago?
I wonder if he hacked into her cell phone.
The truth is Bluetooth has a lot of security issues.
It is very easy to hack into someone's phone for instance and pull their contacts list.
They were demonstrating that in the cybersecurity class (which was next door) while I was in school.
Sure enough they pulled my contact list as a demonstration, and I had a windows phone (and still do) and that is not even a common operating system found on a phone.