A Kansas City woman says that flight attendants on United Airlines, already under heavy criticism from a series of recent incidents, forced her to pee in a cup at her seat.
A Kansas City woman says that flight attendants on United Airlines, already under heavy criticism from a series of recent incidents, forced her to pee in a cup at her seat. File photo
A Kansas City woman says that flight attendants on United Airlines, already under heavy criticism from a series of recent incidents, forced her to pee in a cup at her seat. File photo

Kansas City woman says she was forced to pee in a cup on United flight

May 09, 2017 06:33 PM

UPDATED May 10, 2017 02:13 PM

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