When your airline is accused of mishandling pets, it's probably best not to joke about it, but United Airlines again finds itself making headlines barely a week after a dog died in one of its overhead bins. Per People, the latest incident comes courtesy of actor Graham McTavish, who appears in the Starz series Outlander. Just four days after the "tragic accident" on a Houston-to-New-York flight, McTavish says he was flying to the Windy City when he overheard some disturbing humor.
"Sorry, but my journey with @united today was rubbish," he tweeted late Friday. "Crew on the NOLA/Chicago leg making jokes about dogs in the overhead," followed by what he says was "rude" behavior when it came time for the in-flight meal. "Just makes a bad experience worse guys." He didn't elaborate on what the jokes were. A United rep tells People they're reaching out to McTavish to "get the facts and … investigate with everyone involved." (United accidentally put a dog on a plane to St. Louis—and another one in error to Japan.)