KXIP vs KKR Live Score

That is from Randi Zuckerberg, author, TV host and sister of another early Facebook employee, who attached a letter to airline executives detailing her concerns.

Randy said that when the flight Los Angeles -Mazatlan were subjected to vasilistova. Zuckerberg said in her letter that the passenger referenced recent reports and allegedly said "these Millennial women just aren't willing to give some booty to get a job anymore".

Randi Zuckerberg just called out Alaska Airlines in a very public letter that will probably be trending soon on Facebook, the little website that her brother runs. "Once Ms. Zuckerberg told flight attendants about this man's behavior, they should have moved him to a different seat or ejected him from the airplane".

A number of sexual harassment allegations have propped up in the last few weeks, with NBC host Matt Lauer being the most significant. Zuckerberg said she felt "disgusted" and "degraded" by the experience. The passenger also was provided with alcohol throughout the flight, and at one point, a flight attendant reportedly stopped by to ask, "Are you behaving today?"

The airline tweeted that it launched its own investigation and revoked the man's travel privileges pending the investigation's outcome.

Over the course of the three-hour journey to Mexico, Zuckerberg alleged that the man consumed multiple alcoholic beverages and continued to make inappropriate remarks.

Zuckerberg had to publicly shame the airline before seeing the type of action that should have taken place in the moment.

When she complained of feeling uncomfortable, the former Facebook spokesperson said the cabin crew offered to move her to a seat at the back of the plane, but she declined. Which I nearly did until I realized.

She added: "Why is it the woman that needs to switch seats in this situation?"

"We can not support businesses that are complicit in allowing this behavior, and value the money of harassers over the comfort of their passengers", she continued.

The airline said in part: "We want our guests to feel safe".

In addition, Zuckerberg tweeted that she had spoken with two Alaska Airlines executives who said they were taking the matter seriously. She now works as the chief executive of Zuckerberg Media, a marketing and production company.