A JET2 passenger has claimed the airline “did her soiled” after ordering a scrumptious trying packed hen and bacon roll which arrived with barely something inside.
Tegan Insley was trying ahead to her meal onboard the Birmingham to Marbella, Spain, flight two weeks in the past after not consuming for hours.
The 20-year-old was taken in by photos of a £4.30 packed-looking roll within the Jet2 menu exhibiting off a tiger bread roll stuffed with an abundance of fillings.
One picture reveals the snack with a layer of hen, bacon, blended leaf salad and spring onion overflowing from the roll.
Nonetheless, Tegan claims she was handed a bland roll with none meat inside and as an alternative with simply mayonnaise and a sprinkle of salad.
Photographs present the insurance coverage employee’s roll laying on the aircraft’s pull down desk trying nothing just like the marketed photos.
Tegan stated she ended up filling her roll with Pringles as an alternative.
She posted a video about her disappointing meal on TikTok yesterday, writing: “Jet2 did us soiled with our meals on the aircraft, please clarify this.”
The put up has now collected over 1.7million views and greater than 94,000 likes.
Over 500 feedback had been left on the clip from viewers who claimed additionally they had dangerous experiences with airline meals.
One stated: “Certainly not this have to be a joke?!”
One other wrote: “They’ll’t get it proper on a regular basis. Nonetheless the very best airline about atm when it comes to queue time, flight take off time and many others.”
And one other viewer commented: “That’s a violation.”
Tegan stated: “We hadn’t eaten in 5 hours as a result of test in/safety queues so ended up shoving a tube of Pringles within the bread as a result of we had been so hungry.
“They’d no toasties.”
Talking at the moment a Jet2 spokesperson stated: “We’re proud to ship an award-winning expertise from the second folks begin their holidays with us, together with our in-flight meals and drinks.
“Our in-flight meals persistently obtain nice suggestions from clients, we’d wish to apologise to the client for any inconvenience prompted on this remoted event. We are going to look into this with our provider.”