Vulgarities were hurled at Mr Hamzah Rahmat (above), with insults about everything including his parentage.
All this over a set of toiletries.
He had refused to let a passenger take his toiletries onto the flight as the items did not comply to size requirements.
“He got angry and started to call me names like insensitive b******, and just wouldn’t stop railing,” says the 35-year-old, who works at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3.
He stopped only when Mr Hamzah told him that the continued yelling could get him in trouble with the authorities.
It’s all part and parcel of his job as an aviation security officer to ensure that the carry-on luggage adhere to airline regulations, which means coaxing passengers to discard stuff they try to carry on board.
Source: The Newpaper