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Mother claims BA lounge staff refused her daughter a high chair


Added 06-12-19 10:36:02am EST - “Jemma King (pictured) says she was left in tears after employees at Edinburgh Airport refused to offer her adequate seating for her 11 month child saying it was against company policy.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Mother claims BA lounge staff refused her daughter a high chair”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A mother claims staff in a BA airport lounge refused to provide a highchair for her daughter and told her: 'business class is for business people, not for babies.'

Jemma King says employees at Edinburgh Airport refused to offer her adequate seating for her 11 month child, insisting it was against company policy.

Ms King, who lives in Kent but was on a work trip to her home town of St Andrews, Scotland, said she was told to sit her daughter in one of the lounge chairs.

But when she informed them that her baby was too small for the seats, and she was unable to have her daughter sit on her lap, she claims she was told: 'juggle it like any normal parent.'

The mother-of-one, 36, also alleges that a male member of staff then said the lounge is for  'business class for business people, not for babies' and it was then that she decided to leave.

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