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Topics: Airlines, Names

Friday, 30 September 2011

Rumours that South-by-Southwest airlines have introduced a ban on all non-anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Greek or Roman origin names can be confirmed today.

Their CEO, Gerald Ratner announced today that the ban would not affect true Africans and West Indians as they were already banned by the Warsaw Convention on baggage allowances 1972.
Complaints from passengers that "the wrong type of passengers" have been upheld in Sweden, Utah and Australia forcing the airline to act.

Sir Trevor MacDonald was stopped from flying because he is black.

Sacha Baron-Cohen was allowed to board, although he had to pay for his lodgings and was forced to sit on a spike for much of the journey and was forced to eat the vegan meal although he had ordered "soup of the day".

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