Letter: Greasy fast food brought on flights

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Dear Sir,

The horror of having to endure sitting next to someone eating a greasy burger and chips on a flight is simply too much.

Not once, but twice, this happened last week on an EasyJet flight to Berlin.Several passengers purchased stinking food at Burger King and then trotted abord.

My entire space enveloped with the smell of grease and fat – it is disgusting.

If fast foods are banned on trains and buses in most countries, why EasyJet do you allow this to happen?

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