By Mark Duell for MailOnline. Dance and drama teacher Chloe Fitzpatrick had been nervous about her trip to Zante. A teenager was left 'humiliated and scared' when a Thomas Cook flight attendant allegedly refused to fly her home - because her life-threatening strawberry allergy would mean they couldn't serve Magners cider.
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Chloe Fitzpatrick, 19, says a senior staff member allegedly tried to boot her off the flight from Zante because her life-threatening allergy to the fruit meant they could not serve passengers Magners cider or rose wine. She was diagnosed with a severe airborne allergy to all strawberry products at 10 months old, which puts her at risk of deadly anaphylactic shock. The dance and drama teacher jetted out to the Greek party island with boyfriend Matthew Higson, aged
Chloe Fitzpatrick, a year-old woman from Lancashire, England, was returning from vacation in Greece when she boarded a Thomas Cook flight to Manchester and notified two members of the cabin crew that she had a severe airborne allergy to strawberries. Fitzpatrick was diagnosed with the food allergy when she was 10 months old and carries two epinephrine auto-injectors with her at all times in case she suffers a reaction. She was concerned because cabin air is recirculated, increasing the potential for her to react to another passenger consuming strawberries multiple seats away.
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Chloe Fitzpatrick, from Lancashire, has an airborne allergy to strawberries meaning the fruit could put her at risk of anaphylactic shock. She claims she explained this to two members of cabin crew when she boarded her fight from Zante, Greece to Manchester. The slightest thing can set me off.
Chloe Fitzpatrick said she was left "humiliated" and "badly letdown" by staff on the flight home back to the UK. The teen was diagnosed with a severe airborne allergy to all strawberry products at 10 months old that puts her at risk of anaphylactic shock. Chloe booked a 'last-minute' trip to Zante with boyfriend Matthew Higson, 21, and flew out last week, but was nervous because it was the first trip abroad without her parents. But then minutes later, she claimed that a manager came over and said she was not 'comfortable' having someone with her condition on the flight.
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He is also the founding Chair of the Section on the Sociology of Consumers and Consumption of the American Sociological Association and serves on the editorial boards of several journals and on scientific committees of international scholarly organizations. Currently, Cook is editing the SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studiesa proposed five-volume, linked reference resource which will bring together, under one cover, an impressive array of topics, methods and perspectives definitive of contemporary approaches to the study of children and their childhoods. He is author of a number of articles and book chapters on childhood theory, consumer society, play, leisure and urban culture.