An airline prevents a nurse for traveling because of her face
A Spanish airline has prevented a Scottish nurse for traveling to her country after the rejection of her passport because of her hypertrophy face during her vacation in Spain.
The newspaper "Daily Mail" said that, Shannon Yathribon, from Kirkcaldy, Scotland, reported that the allergies in her face prompted airport employees to check her passport closely, noting some damage to her face as a result of her swim in the sea water.
The Spanish airline "Ryanair" has rejected her passport, but British Airways accepted the passport and she was able to ascent aboard a suffix flight.
The nurse of 24 years old was forced to pay an additional £ 200 for new flights from Alicante to Edinburgh via Gatwick Airport and she has arrived in 10 hours later than expected.