Passenger says Jet2 'did me dirty' because sandwich didn't look like advert

6/28/2022 10:00:00 PM

Jet2 have apologised for any distress caused by the underwhelming sandwich.

A Jet2 passenger was left fuming after she ordered a sandwich that she believed didn't look like the one on the advert she'd seen 🥪

Jet2 have apologised for any distress caused by the underwhelming sandwich.

But one Jet2 passenger’s recent food order has been branded ‘a violation’ online.Tegan Insley’s chicken and bacon sandwich has gone viral online for all the wrong reasons.The 20-year-old even claims the airline ‘did her dirty’ with her food order.She had been flying from Birmingham Airport to Marbella in Spain on June 13 and hadn’t had anything to eat for a number of hours before the flight.

After browsing the menu, Tegan settled for a chicken and bacon roll which was pictured on tiger bread and with an abundance of fillings.The £4.30 lunch looked like it would satisfy her hunger, so she put in her order and settled in to relax on the flight.

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But one Jet2 passenger’s recent food order has been branded ‘a violation’ online. Tegan Insley’s chicken and bacon sandwich has gone viral online for all the wrong reasons. Work on St Margaret's bus station, in Gravel Street, has been ongoing for 18 months. The 20-year-old even claims the airline ‘did her dirty’ with her food order. Leicester City Council said it had reused the frame of the former 1980s building, which was largely demolished, with the aim of being environmentally friendly. She had been flying from Birmingham Airport to Marbella in Spain on June 13 and hadn’t had anything to eat for a number of hours before the flight. Deputy city mayor Adam Clarke said he believed the building was the UK's first net zero carbon bus station. After browsing the menu, Tegan settled for a chicken and bacon roll which was pictured on tiger bread and with an abundance of fillings. Advertisement Clarence House insists all ­correct processes were followed over the donations from Qatar's former prime minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, known as HBJ, The Sunday Times reported.

The £4. The council said passengers would find a more spacious layout with better seating, a new café and toilets, as well as real-time digital passenger information. The council said passengers would find a more spacious layout with better seating, a new café and toilets, as well as real-time digital passenger information.30 lunch looked like it would satisfy her hunger, so she put in her order and settled in to relax on the flight. But when the food arrived, she was shocked to discover almost empty bread. Image source, Image caption, The council says the interiors are more spacious, displaying real-time travel information City mayor Sir Peter Soulsby said: "The new St Margaret's bus station is an important project for Leicester and the completion of this fantastic new building marks the beginning of a revival of this part of the city. What Tegan expected (left) and what she says arrived at her tray table (Picture: @teganinsleyox) Tegan claims she was handed the bland roll without any meat inside and instead with just mayonnaise and a sprinkle of salad. "This new investment is providing a huge boost for public transport. The scoops of chicken and scattering of spring onions promised on the menu could be nowhere to be seen." Follow BBC East Midlands on.

Images show the insurance worker’s roll laying on the plane’s tray table looking nothing like the advertised images. Tegan said she ended up filling her roll with Pringles instead. She posted a video about her disappointing meal on yesterday and captioned it: ‘Jet2 did us dirty with our food on the plane, please explain this.’ The post has now collected over 1.7million views and more than 94,000 likes.

The 20-year-old’s Tiktok has gone viral with hundreds of comments (Picture: @teganinsleyox) Over 500 comments were left on the clip from viewers who claimed they also had bad experiences with airline food. One said: ‘Surely not this must be a joke?!’ Another wrote: ‘They can’t get it right all the time. Still the best airline about atm in terms of queue time, flight take off time etc.’ And another viewer commented: ‘That’s a violation.’ Tegan said: ‘We hadn’t eaten in five hours due to the check in/security queues so ended up shoving a tube of Pringles in the bread because we were so hungry.

‘They had no toasties.’ .