Raging David Furnish live blogs long delays on his Air Canada flight … but fans put & # 39; rude & # 39; star for taking photos of airline staff
- David experienced serious delays during his trip from Toronto to New York on Wednesday with Air Canada
- The Canadian filmmaker, 56, blogged the trip to his 145,000 followers with a series of photos
- Fans claimed that Elton John's husband should not have been allowed to share a photo in the cabin that co-passengers and airline staff had identified
David Furnish was subject to a furious kickback online after sharing a photo of cabin crew aboard a delayed flight without their permission.
The Canadian filmmaker, 56, blogged live on Wednesday on his flight from Toronto to New York after being seriously delayed by a series of setbacks.
The David, who is Elton John's husband, directed his 145,000 followers on Instagram and shared a photo of his chair in the first-class cabin, alongside a long caption about the unrest.
Fuming: David Furnish (pictured with Elton John) was disbelieving when he traveled from Toronto to New York, enumerating a series of setbacks that seriously delayed him
The flight was scheduled to depart at 3:30 PM local time, but was delayed by 2 hours and 51 minutes, with David documenting the waiting time.
After he shared a photo from the cabin, angry followers took the finger on the pulse and said: & I love you David, but as a flight attendant it's not cool to post that guy photo on the internet.
& # 39; I am sure he was dealing with everyone's anger and had nothing to do with the terrible situation in which his employer takes everyone with him. And I suspect that if the door is not closed, he will not be paid for it either. & # 39 ;;
& # 39; Take this with you, you are not allowed to post photos of uniformed crew on board or of your fellow passenger (even if you are in a business class). Violates everyone's privacy. & # 39 ;;
Unnecessary? David shared a photo of his seat in the first-class cabin that identified a fellow passenger and an air manager (MailOnline has pixelated the images)
& # 39; Do you really wonder if you had the class to ask the crew member and passengers to post a photo of them on your platform & # 39 ;;
& # 39; Contact air canada via email if you have a problem do not post a photo of this stewardess who clearly does his best to explain what he knows to the passengers next to him. I am sure he does not want to be in a "kitchen" with annoying rude passengers like yourself, more than anyone … It is NOT the fault of the crew so call or email the company because this photo does not help or solve the problem. & # 39 ;;
& # 39; And no report, comment or thought for the poor stewardess you have put on your photo and who is the victim of passengers and business travelers. I hope you have treated him with respect. & # 39 ;;
& # 39; Maybe you were too busy taking photos without people 's permission and then typing your ignorant post to listen to announcements on board & # 39 ;.
Challenge: On Wednesday, Instagram took the Canadian filmmaker, 56, regretted his journey with a series of photos, but fans looked at him to share a photo
David & # 39; s message read: & # 39; Air Canada used to be a great airline. But here I am sitting on one of their cooking planes for the second day in a row – opposite another indefinite hour delay.
& # 39; Yesterday they changed the reason for our flight delay three times – slot machine delay, weather and then mechanical problems. No one can tell us the truth.
& # 39; Today they have all marched on board for a timely departure – and have subsequently notified us three times by e-mail of one delay after the other. I think they call good customer service these days – telling your valued customers by e-mail instead of informing you personally.
Updates: David live blogged his journey as he shared several photos from the cabin
Give it a try: at one point David seemed to be joking that he could control the plane for the pilot
& # 39; It is said that it is another mechanical problem ………….. And as I write this, the pilots have collected their bags and left the plane. Maybe they switched to another airline or caught another flight that is actually on time …! & # 39;
MailOnline has contacted David's representatives and an Air Canada spokesperson for comments.
Canadian David lives with her husband Elton John and their children in Old Windsor, England, Zachary, eight and Elia, six.
The family travels a lot, owns homes in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Nice in France and London, while Elton is currently on the road with his latest world tour, which will be concluded in December 2020.
Nice couple: Canadian David lives with her husband Elton John in Old Windsor, England and their children, Zachary, eight and Elia, six
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