Published On: Thu, Jan 16th, 2020

Woman Sues American Airlines After An Employee Got Her Number, Sent Her Dozens Of Inappropriate Texts

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A California woman is suing American Airlines after an employee allegedly got her cell phone number and other personal information from a luggage tag, and then allegedly stalked her and sent her dozens of inappropriate text messages, HuffPost reports.

Ashley Barno says that last April she boarded an American Airlines flight to Chicago when she got a seemingly-innocuous text from a number she didn’t recognize.

“Hey, Ashley! How are you?,” the text read.

Barno, not recognizing the number but still attempting to be polite, responded that she was fine, and then asked who was messaging her.

The texts got less anodyne.

“BTW I must tell you that you are gorgeous. You are looking very gorgeous in that gray top today,” the next two texts allegedly read.

Barno says she nervously looked around the waiting area at the airport to see if someone she knew might be playing a game with her. She didn’t recognize anyone.

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Woman Sues American Airlines After An Employee Got Her Number, Sent Her Dozens Of Inappropriate Texts