- Mar 29, 2006
If the man was screwing out the MUC lounges, the ticket from Marienplatz to MUC Airport is not awfully expensive (at least in German / Euro parlance).I would think nothing worse than to sit & savour the experience of such generally underwhelming LH lounges unless you are actually flying somewhere.
Desparados abound throughout the world.. :evil:
If you had read the article (depending on how proficient your German is) and some of the explanations surrounding the decision in conjunction with some elementary understanding of the tenets of German law, the man was forced to pay LH's bill by virtue of violation on good faith principles.As people here love to point out the rules and back luck if you didn't read them, but too bad so sad to Lufthansa, this guy was obviously within the rules.
Had he acted like an absolute idiot and drank way too much and annoyed the staff to no end, Lufthansa would have a stronger means to take action, as then this comes under possibly belligerent conduct and so on, which are normally in those clauses regarding the expected conduct in lounges, but moreover it would also come under what is acceptable conduct - period - along with safety (e.g. making sure others in the lounge - including staff - and their well-being is protected).there is pushing the limits and then this guy pushed the limits way too far.
I wonder if he acted like a absolute idiot and drank way too much and all of those sort of things that would annoy the lounge staff.