A French man sued the Airlines Company after he was given wrong drink by the English speaking stewardess.
It has been reported that the French man, Michael Thibodeau, was travelling with Air Canada in 2009, when he was given wrong lemonade by an English speaking stewardess.
He later in a talk branded the airline’s employees as ‘malicious, oppressive and reprehensible’ for not answering his questions in French during the flight, despite the fact he’s a fluent English speaker.
The court has now ordered Canadian MP, Stephane Dion, to lodge a bill in parliament demanding that all flights to and from bilingual Canada have a French speaker on board.
Mr. Thibodeau even had filed a similar language complaint in the year 2002 to the bus company after a driver greeted him with ‘hello’ instead of ‘bonjour’.