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Hacker News, the news site that recently shut down its Twitter account, has deleted an article which showed the flight attendants behind the flight to Berlin being harassed by men in a plane.
The article had been shared more than 2,500 times in less than two hours and sparked a debate about sexism in the aviation industry.
The flight attendant in the tweet is named “Flavia” and the article mentions that she was a flight attendant at the Germanwings flight to Graz in the early hours of June 14.
Hacker News deleted the article immediately after the incident was reported.
“We regret that we inadvertently created an unsafe environment for our community and have taken the appropriate action to delete the article,” the company wrote in a statement.
The incident came to light after a woman called a journalist, and after a German media outlet published a story which detailed the harassment.
The woman, who identified herself only as “Marianne”, said she had been on a flight to Hamburg and that the men in the plane were yelling at her and trying to force her into their seats.
She said the men had tried to take her phone away from her, and that she had also been groped by a man.
She also said she was groped at one point in the flight and that one of the men put his hand down her pants, but that she refused to do anything.
“I was scared,” Marianne told The Local.
It’s just for the cameras’.” Marianne said that the incident happened in the cabin of a Germanwings Airbus A320-200 which had been in service with Germanwings for over four years. “
When I asked the men if they were joking about what they were doing, they said, ‘No, we were joking.
It’s just for the cameras’.” Marianne said that the incident happened in the cabin of a Germanwings Airbus A320-200 which had been in service with Germanwings for over four years.
The A320 is the most popular and well-known type of jet aircraft in the world, and is used to transport people from major cities to the remote islands in the Atlantic Ocean.
“In the plane, there were several seats with no seats for passengers.
The seats were open and the seats were facing away from the plane,” Mariann told The New York Times.
“But I could not see anything, not a person or anything, so I was unable to say anything to anybody.
The airline said that while there were no confirmed reports of sexual harassment or assault on board the flight, it was investigating. “
The plane was going to be arriving from Hamburg, but there was no flight planned and there was a delay in the flights.”
The airline said that while there were no confirmed reports of sexual harassment or assault on board the flight, it was investigating.
“Flight attendants are required to act professionally and with respect to their colleagues, which includes not allowing anyone to touch them inappropriately.
We take all complaints seriously, and we take appropriate action in the event of any incidents,” the airline said in a Facebook post.
The women’s experience has prompted many to question the lack of action against airlines that allow women to fly on their aircraft. “
As we reported to the authorities, we received no further reports of any sexual harassment.”
The women’s experience has prompted many to question the lack of action against airlines that allow women to fly on their aircraft.
“Is there something wrong with being a flight attendants?
I mean, I think it is very strange,” one passenger told The Times.