Woman suffering menstrual pain claims Emirates Airlines booted her off her flight


Miss Evans and her boyfriend were furious when they were left £500 out of pocket after being forced to rebook their holiday flights to Dubai.

Mr Moran, a barber, told The Sun: 'To be kicked off for period pains, it was madness.

Evans told the reporters that after taking their seats, she leaned over towards Moran to tell him that she just got her period and experienced mild menstrual pains.

Crew told the woman that she must leave the plane as there were no medics on the flight.

Shortly before takeoff, the crew made the decision to ask Beth, who was travelling with her partner, to leave the flight. Just before the plane was scheduled to depart Birmingham, England, on Saturday afternoon, they said, they were booted from the flight, according to the Sun, reported Washington Post.

Eventually, Beth and Joshua managed to reach their destination but not until spending twice as much as before.

"It's embarrassing to have to explain about period pains when it's being overheard".

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Moran claims that rather than having someone look over his girlfriend to assess her condition, the flight crew contacted a US-based medical team who determined she "couldn't fly".

A passenger was removed from an Emirates flight to Dubai for telling her boyfriend she had menstrual pain even though she told officials it was minor and she was fine.

Although the pain, according to Evans, was only "one out of ten, " the airline decided that the couple must deboard.

"We would not have wanted to endanger Ms Evans by delaying medical help had she worsened during the flight".

Neither Moran nor the airline have yet responded to Yahoo Lifestyle's requests for comment.

According to World Health Organization, "if cabin crew suspect before departure that a passenger may be ill, the aircraft's captain will be informed and a decision taken as to whether the passenger is fit to travel, needs medical attention, or presents a danger to other passengers and crew or to the safety of the aircraft". Yes, this has happened at a time when many are arguing about period leaves.