A paranormal investigator who abused Virgin airline workers over the phone has avoided jail because of his excessive weight. Kade Jones leaves Brisbane District Court. A ghost hunter who abused, demeaned and threatened Virgin airline workers over the phone has used medical complications associated with his obesity to avoid jail.
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A ghost hunter who made phone calls to Virgin airline workers then abused, demeaned and threatened them over the phone was deemed too fat for jail. Paranormal investigator Kade Jones told the Brisbane District Court he was in too much pain to stand in court to plead guilty to two counts of using a carriage service to harass, AAP reported. The court heard he abused and threatened staff at the airline in Juneleaving them feeling scared, belittled, upset and degraded.
In Kade Jones was banned from flying on Virgin Australia flights after he abused staff members on the phone. Seven years later Jones asked the airline to reconsider that ban, but Virgin refused. In a Virgin Australia call centre worker in Brisbane had a call transferred to her from the airline's Philippines help desk. The Brisbane staff member was told the caller was refusing to give his name, being abusive and belligerent.
Virgin Atlantic says it is investigating the case of a Chinese passenger who claimed she was verbally abused by a fellow passenger and later a flight attendant while flying from London to Shanghai. He allegedly continued to repeat the abuse, despite attempts to stop him by other passengers including a British man and his Chinese wife, Liu said. Shortly after, a flight attendant came to resolve the situation, scolding Liu and threatening to throw her off the plane, she said. After passengers around them came to Liu's defence, the staff member eventually said she would put the man in a different seat because he was suffering from a "mental disorder".