It was not a good air journey for the media mogul Randi Zuckerberg as she was subjected to rude sexual remarks by a fellow passenger. Randi claimed that while she was traveling by the Alaska Airlines she was offended by the comments that were passed by the passenger who was seated next to her and to her surprise, the staff members stood by doing nothing.

Lewd Sexual Remarks By The Fellow Passenger Annoys Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg is the founder of the Zuckerberg Media and the sister of the Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. While she was traveling from Los Angeles to Mazatlán, Mexico, the passenger who was seated next to her in the first-class cabin started making inappropriate comments.

According to her, he behaved very wrongly, he was commenting on the women’s bodies that were boarding the aircraft and were rating them and the comments were very offensive. She described all these things in the letter that she had written to the Alaska Airlines, which she also posted on her Twitter account.

When Randi complained about the man’s behavior to the flight attendant there was no action taken instead the attendant suggested that they knew about this passenger and they had spoken to him about this in the past.

She was given the offer of shifting her seat at the back of the plane, which she refused humbly as she suggested that his behavior is inappropriate so he needs to move and not she.

In the rest of the journey, Randi claims that man was profusely drinking and continued his inappropriate behavior. At one point, he remarked about the media personalities that “These millennial women just aren’t willing to give some booty to get a job anymore.”

Alaska Airlines representative was quick though to respond and said that this was indeed a disturbing act and they are revoking the alleged passenger’s traveling privileges and requested Randi Zuckerberg to contact them as soon as possible.

After Randi got into contact with Alaska Airlines, she confirmed that the passenger was temporarily suspended from traveling using Alaska Airlines and she also commented that she was grateful to the authorities for taking this matter seriously.