A Canadian airline may dismiss two of its employees following a video that has received more than a million views on YouTube.
Dwayne Stewart uploaded a clip to the site on Thursday that he filmed from his Vancouver, British Columbia-bound Air Canada flight. In the video, luggage handlers at Toronto Pearson International Airport are shown tossing bags that were checked at the gate down about 20 feet to a bin. The airport workers neglected to use the provided staircase for transporting the luggage so that it could be loaded onto the plane.
"You wouldn't want to walk down the stairs. That would suck," Stewart sarcastically notes in the video. "Sorry, Air Canada — this is a fail."
The airline seems to at the very least have recognized that.
"In light of a recent video posted to YouTube, we would like to apologize for the totally unacceptable mishandling of our passengers' baggage captured on video," the company said in a statement, noting that the employees' actions "clearly contravenedRead More »from Baggage Handlers Caught on Tape Throwing Bags 20 Feet to Ground