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Nadia Jamil left abandoned at Heathrow airport by British Airways staff

"I have never had such a traumatic & awful experience in my life. Cancer & chemotherapy was easier than the treatment I got at @britishairways Heathrow," says Nadia.

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Nadia Jamil in a social media post claims that she was left abandoned at Heathrow airport by British Airways staff.

Former morning show host and actress who has recently recovered from cancer took to social media sharing her ordeal and how helpless she felt after being left alone at the airport terminal and that too while being in a wheelchair.

“It takes a lot to drain positivity out of me @British_Airways,” she tweeted. “I’ve never been so intimidated, humiliated and helpless in my life. Your staff left me sleeping alone on terminal 5. How did you expect me to wheelchair myself and 3 suitcases back to Cambridge from Heathrow? Kindness counts!”, Nadia tweeted. 

“When an unwell passenger in a wheelchair does not have correct documents, plz do NOT keep them waiting for 4 hrs, then leave them alone on a wheelchair,w heavy luggage around. Please have the decency 2 assist them, w their luggage 2 their transport @British_Airways I fainted in the cab!”, she added.

“I have never had such a traumatic & awful experience in my life. Cancer & chemotherapy was easier than the treatment I got at @britishairways Heathrow. Abandoned in a wheelchair w suitcases lying all around me. Curt, nasty attitudes. Contradictory requests. Exhausted, drains depleted,” she added.

In her later post, Nadia shared a video message revealing how she had in fact been abandoned.
“Shocking @British_Airways I came 2 the airport at 6.30 pm. 11 pm this is me. Drained, alone. I had informed the staff of my health. Why would they leave me like this? I kept speaking out 4 someone 2 help. Everyone ignored me. After offloading me. At least help me a little. Bad show,” she captioned her post.

A number of people came out sharing their similar horrible experiences with the Britsh Airways.

However there was a response from the British national flag carrier, but the damage had been already done.

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