It is very reassuring to see such an awful situation being adressed in such a responsible way - get him drunk and he might forget about it!Well, I think I may have a little fun with QF.
I would have ignored the moth-in-NP rabbit Food (TM) matter - but within <1h of landing I had a 'How was Qantas?' email feedback request specifically for my SYD-PER flight today. Not one, but the first one repeated 1 minute later.
They clearly REALLY want to get my feedback.
I now feel hugely obligated to respond....
It doesn't take any imagination to guess that my comment theme will centre around moth-in-salad gives a whole new meaning to the 'NP fresh and seasonal' BS mantra. What is more, it could even be seen as giving new meaning to the 'sustainable' marketing BS sloganeering...
Those wines are probably the best things the crew could immediately offer, being their J class tipples. (They retail for about $30 - $40 - but yes actual direct cash cost to QF prob very close to $10 each )These are very important data points. I'm guessing value of the wine c$10 each?
So a moth in the meal is worth $20 (or whatever it turns out to be). From this we can extrapolate for flies, earwigs, crickets etc.
What about the story within the story. Where are the two lovers off to, wandering between the horseless park and wet road towards the lights of civilisation.