Wow. I’d fucking FLIP OUT if this happened to me and my toddler. It’s one thing if I want to spike his juice with something (I never have, but god has the thought crossed my mind!). But a flight attendant doing it? On the sly? With a prescription substance? Not approved for kids of any age?
His balls would be served on my dining room table the next evening.:eek:
So he also got caught illegally bringing in more drugs in October. He apparently thinks they’re the cure for everything. I wonder if publication of this story will cause any other parents to come forth and say he (Cunningham) tried to get their crying children to drink juice on flights as well. I hope they print his picture as well.
I would hate to be in this situation. I’d probably go mental and hope I have enough for the lawyers to keep me out of jail.
Other parents can do what they want. I’m sure as hell not going to mix high altitude (cabin air pressure is IIRC around 8,000-10,000 feet) and drugs with a little kid. Someone else does it and they are risking her life and that happens over my dead body.
How stupid can people be!? What if that baby had had some kind of allergic reaction or was on other medication that reacted badly with xanax? I’m not usually one to toss around the idea of massive lawsuits, but in a case like this I say take 'em for every last penny they’re worth. You don’t fuck with people’s kids. Period.