Stranded without food, water! Elizabeth Hurley vents her fury at British Airways from Antigua


Hollywood actress Elizabeth Hurley, who has played pivotal roles in ‘Gossip Girl’, ‘Serving Sara’, and ‘Bedazzled’, took to social media on Monday to slam British Airways after her flight from Antigua was delayed for over 20 hours.

To vent her frustration and share her ordeal, she penned a tweet, which read, “Stranded at Antigua airport with no food or water, taxis or hotels offered yet. Plane delayed 20 hours.” In another tweet, she wrote, “Still stranded- no food, water or hotel. Pretty dodgy service.”

In her third tweet, the actress shared, “Still nothing from @british_airways. Extraordinary service! Finally, managed to find a taxi ourselves to escape the airport after more than 12 hours with no food or water #avoidflying.” Take a look!



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  1. That’s stardom for you. Sounds like she was stuck in the Amazon Jungle.
    Abundance of taxis, we got water at the Epicurean.
    So being famous gives her and others the so called right to make up ‘their own script eh’.

  2. If she could afford to travel to Antigua she could have bought herself a bottle of water surely. There are shops airside. I get the whole 20 delay being annoying. But talk about being entitled.

  3. All of you full of ‘.it’ BA is at fault in Antigua being cussed by a British personality.
    BA & Antigua airport authority should be ashamed!
    Is Antigua beg dem fu come ya fu mek money from dem!

  4. Understanding aviation and customers priority put yourself in that passengers shoe. There were many other tweets but the most popular person tweet was published. Guess water will remain an issue in Antigua until the greed stops.

  5. This is a fake account. You all seriously think someone of this calibre will wait to be put up at a hotel. Fact check please. I have seen similar stories on the internet

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