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Nicole Harper, United passenger, claims airline forced her to urinate in a cup: Report

Nicole Harper, United passenger, claims airline forced her to urinate in a cup

The Kansas City Star is reporting that a local nurse claims United Airlines forced her to urinate in a cup during a flight in April, forbidding her to get out of her seat to use the lavatory when the seatbelt light was illuminated.
“Nicole Harper posted her account early Saturday on Facebook after, she says, she became frustrated at her inability to get anyone at United Airlines to acknowledge her complaint,” reported the Star on Tuesday.
Ms. Harper, an emergency-room nurse, claims this incident occurred on April 9, the same day that Louisvile physician David Dao was manhandled by security in Chicago for refusing to deplane. Dr. Dao subsequently sued the airline, which settled the dispute out of court in late April for an undisclosed sum.
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