(FOX NEWS) - You know what really burns Michelle Lavin’s buns? JetBlue’s super-hot tea.
Lavin, a resident of New York City, has recently filed a lawsuit against the airline over a 2014 incident in which she suffered second- and third-degree burns on her buttocks after a flight attendant allegedly handed her a hot tea with an unsecure lid, reports the New York Post.
Furthermore, Lavin’s lawyer claims the airline “treated her like dirt” after she complained, forcing her to sit in the literal hot-seat for part of her flight from New York to Las Vegas.
“I screamed at the top of my lungs. The pain was unreal,” Lavin told the Post. “Every time I tried to stand, they said, ‘We need you to go sit down.’ I felt like I was being treated like a child.”
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