BA passenger shares photo of & # 39; horrible & # 39; chicken Caesar-roll says staff were ashamed to serve
- BA passenger Jo Henderson-Tchertoff ordered a Caesar sandwich with chicken on a flight
- She shared a snapshot with a sandwich with almost no chicken and no tomato
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A BA passenger shared a photo of a & # 39; terrible & # 39; Caesar role for her, which she received on a flight from London Heathrow to New York JFK.
Jo Henderson-Tchertoff was served a sandwich described on the menu as & # 39; chicken fillet in a creamy mayonnaise with slowly roasted tomato topped with crispy iceberg lettuce served in a placed roll & # 39 ;.
She posted a picture on BA's FB page last week of a staff alleged by sandwich staff who were ashamed to serve her.
It turned out to a roll that was smeared with mayonnaise, but with almost no chicken and a little tomato.
Jo Henderson-Tchertoff got a sandwich with hardly any chicken, a smidgen of tomato and what appeared to be mayonnaise
Jo Henderson-Tchertoff bought a sandwich described on the menu as & # 39; chicken fillet in a creamy mayonnaise with slow-roasted tomato topped with crispy iceberg lettuce served in a seeded roll & # 39;
Jo (photo) uploaded the photo with the caption: & # 39; For entertainment. Served on a recent LHR to JFK & # 39;
The pathetic looking sandwich also had a few pieces of lettuce on top.
She uploaded the photo with the caption: & # 39; for entertainment. Served on a recent LHR at JFK.
& # 39; BA catering is getting worse. & # 39;
Many users responded to Jo & # 39; s photo with part of their own experience during the flight.
Emily Williams added: & # 39; That has changed my stomach. & # 39;
Karly Chick said: & # 39; Absolutely horrible. & # 39;
Many users responded to Jo & # 39; s photo with part of their own experience during the flight
But Simon Rowland accused Jo of overreacting by writing: & # 39; Chicken Caesar is definitely a chicken in cheesy mayo. I agree that I had quite expected tomato, not as part of the dressing.
& # 39; But that is not worthy of calling it a kind of horror. You flew economy. This is the snack before arrival. You misrepresent things. & # 39;
Jo, who probably paid £ 710 for the return flight in the region, replied: & # 39; As I said in my post, it was & # 39; for entertainment & # 39 ;. How can I & # 39; misrepresentation & # 39; are when I have shown a photo? I don't have it as & # 39; a horror & # 39; called.
& # 39; I have flown BA many times and I have done so for years. I often travel for work and experience a number of airlines.
& # 39; I also travel in different classes and you insinuate that because I am in & # 39; Economy & nbsp; that this food is acceptable.
& # 39; Even the steward was ashamed to serve this. This should not have been done to an airline, in whatever class, because it is not really suitable for the purpose. & # 39;
There have been several other recent controversies about food on flights.
In February of this year, a few thousand played for a BA World traveler Plus ticket during a 12-hour flight – only to get a croissant and breakfast cereal bar instead of the promised traditional full English.
Steve Hislop and his partner paid a total of £ 2,000 to upgrade their return flights from London Heathrow to Grand Cayman.
In February of this year, a few thousand played for a BA World traveler Plus ticket during a 12-hour flight – only to get a croissant and breakfast cereal bar instead of the promised traditional full English. Stock image
While Andrew Hedge in July last year a & # 39; dry sandwich & # 39; received spreadable cheese on his £ 1,200 flight from Heathrow to Miami.
Earlier this month, Jet 2 apologized to a passenger after ordering a delicious-looking chili to only have a & # 39; disgusting liquid & # 39; to serve.
Trudy Gleeson paid £ 7.50 for a Chilli Meal on her flight from Stansted to Paphos in Cyprus on March 30.
BA has been approached for comment.