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British Airways passenger shows a really sad chicken Caesar sandwich she was served


This photo taken on August 27, 2018 shows an Airbus A320 of British Airways. (PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/Getty Images)

Most airlines aren’t known for their fine dining experience, but one British Airways passenger claims a sandwich she received was so sad even the steward who served it to her was embarrassed.

Jo Henderson-Tchertoff says she was on a recent flight from Heathrow Airport in London to John F. Kennedy Airport in Queens when she was handed the subpar sandwich.

She posted two photos to the Facebook group called “British Airways Complaints Advice,” one of which showed the grub’s label, which boasted "Chicken Caesar and Slow Roast Tomato Seeded Roll.”

The second photo, of the sandwich opened up, shows some mayo smeared on one side of the roll with the other side topped with what looks like smashed chicken and a couple of pieces of lettuce. There are no tomatoes in plain sight.

“BA catering getting worse,” Henderson-Tchertoff wrote alongside the snaps.

She added in the comments section, “Even the steward was embarrassed and said he wished he didn’t have to serve it.”

Some who saw the post were equally shocked. “Absolutely horrendous,” one wrote. “All food on British Airways is horrible,” another chimed in.

But some came to the airline’s, and the sandwich’s, defense.

“What’s wrong with it? I assume the tomato is under the chicken,” one man named Simon Rowland wrote. Henderson-Tchertoff shot back, “Apparently it is in the ‘sauce’ — don’t know where the chicken was though.”

Rowland also added, “The bottom part shows lots of chicken, as one would expect from a chicken sandwich. I think it’s important to point out this is also the economy pre landing snack.”

Henderson-Tchertoff and British Airways have yet to return requests for comment.