A cajun cajun sandwich – a little bit of chicken – a traveler left to # 39; hanging on Emirates aircraft.
Paul Carline was traveling from Brisbane to Dublin with Emirates when he spent his time, caterpillar, news.com.au.
Share a photo of the food on Facebook in response to Jetstar's brutal food.
"It's not as bad as my Emirates food on flying from Dublin to Brisbane," he wrote.
The label on the package is defined as "Cajun chicken and cheese" on a multi-sealed roll – but the sandwich was only with a rod of cheese that was processed with a small piece of middle chicken.
Other reporters were attacked by the air donation.
"What did WTF do that? Do you think it's like two or two simple cheese," wrote one, and another man asked, "Where is the hen?"
In response, Carline wrote: "I would not give this food. You will not fill your tooth's hole."
However, others did not make sure it was true.
"Do you think you're taking a big bit of the chicken, you're saying," write another comment.
The sandwich left the image on his original post, which Howard Priestly bought on Jetstar Jet from Bali to Perth, just for trying.
Barking of $ 9 was $ 9. but with a small piece of lets in an egg which was tightly converted, according to Western Australia.
After a complaint, he received a $ 50 debt with his budget aerial as compensation money, which included that he was not "according to the usual normal service".
However, travelers from Britain reported the same type of Jetstar egg painter, while traveling on the same route.
He sent a tweet on: "I have to say that @JetstarAirways costs $ 9 for sandwiches … no filling …"
In 2018, one booklet Qantas was often unloaded when it was very sad to fly from Melbourne to Brisbane.
The secretary secretary Steve Purvinas, Association of Australian Licensing Planners' Association, sent a tweet on the design of the jet but it is unclear whether a service has been given, or someone he knows.
The picture shows one half of the apple with a small amount of seabirds and a little garnish. He said it was a roasted beef and a seagull sandwich.
The post raised a flood of ideas from people who can not believe what was given.
Mr Purvinas suggested that it was a sign that the air cuts were too long.
"They are a hare of pilots, engineers, flying travelers, baggage handling and sandwiches. He has been more senior leaders than ever," he wrote.
"This semi-modern sandwich seems to be very common. I follow the pages and ideas that appear very much and many agree.
"My ideas are made with the hope that the company is correcting the issues. These methods have just fallen on deaf ears."
– with news.com.au