Mihlali Ndamase fumes as her R7 000 wig is stolen at the airport , demands compensation

Mihlali Ndamase fumes as her R7 000 wig is stolen at the airport , demands compensation

Mihlali Ndamase fumes as her R7 000 wig is stolen at the airport , demands compensation

Award-winning content creator Mihlali Ndamase is breathing fire after someone at the airport allegedly broke into her bag and stole her wig. She said her manager’s bag was also broken into.

She took to Twitter to put British Airways on blast demanding them to pay her or buy her a new wig. She is demanding R7000.

“I’m so f*cking annoyed someone at the airport broke the cable off my bag and stole my wig,…All I know is I want my 7K or they must contact Fablocks and order me a new unit.”

After several tags, British Airways finally responded to Mihlali asking her to DM her details.

“If I don’t get my refund and wig money I’m bringing it back to the TL, these companies love talking privately after doing kak.”

Mihlali also revealed that the company still owes her money from last year from an error that was made during her booking.

“First this airline owes me money from December from an error someone made internally while doing my booking telephonically NOW someone broke my cable and stole my wig.

“Lady at baggage inquiries is telling me they aren’t held liable coz it’s a wig? Balance me please.” tweeted Mihlali.

Her followers also took to the comment section to share their experiences.

Kgotso Masha responded: “I booked a flight to Johannesburg from Cape Town for the 22nd of March 06:50. On the departure date I got to the airport at 06:15 I was told that boarding has already closed. It’s appalling that a domestic flight can have tedious rules as if you are flying internationally”

@mafungwashe: “This is the reason I wrap my bags cz 2018 my Colleagues experienced the same thing @ O.R…& we were advised to never check in very early…”

She said if British Airways does not resolve this, she will drag the company back to the timelines.

In 2019, she put FlySafair on blast saying the airline’s staff is racist. she said she and her friends were called animals while on a FlySafair flight.

“My friends and I were called animals by these people on FlySafair because we were being ‘loud’ on the flight. I didn’t know it was against the law to speak on a flight. I mean, if you have an issue with hearing black people’s voices, buy a private jet … I can’t believe we have to deal with such treatment in 2019 for being black, I’m so disappointed,”

She added: “Please hire education, trained staff. I can’t spend my money on a flight, only to be treated like someone who’s not supposed to be on the airline because of the color of my skin.”

Responding to Mihlali’s claims then, FlySaFair said: FlySafair will launch a comprehensive investigation into the incident and will take swift and appropriate actions in response.”

Mihlali and FlySafair later released a joint statement saying both sides were misunderstood.

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