Foreigner Repeats "No", but Chinese Airport Staff Do This to Him

Source: JobTube, Arianna J., Josh B.

On the evening of November 30, a 25-year-old Nigerian international student took the flight of Shanghai Airlines from Changsha to Hongqiao Airport. He planned to transfer to Pudong Airport after arriving, and take the flight of Qatar Airlines to leave. In this process, his life was almost in danger.

It was reported that on the way to Hongqiao Airport in Changsha, the man had a sustained fever and was vomiting. After arriving at Hongqiao Airport, the emergency medical station of the airport sent an ambulance to wait for him on the tarmac. After checking on his situation, the doctor recommended him to go to the hospital directly, but he refused. Thus, Shanghai Airlines sent a special person to accompany the man to Pudong airport. At this time, the man was no longer able to walk by himself, so he used a wheelchair all the way.

After arriving at Pudong Airport, the ticket office staff of Pudong Airport saw that the passenger continued to vomit and was in low spirits, so they refused to let him take the Qatar Airlines flight, and suggested that he go to T2 emergency station for consultation.

At 10:12PM, the man was taken to T2 emergency station. After an examination, the medical staff strongly recommended him to go the hospital immediately, but the man still refused.

Without much option, the on-site staff reported the situation to the fire emergency command room, and contacted the staff of the inspection and quarantine, TOC, public security, and Qatar Airlines business to the scene, who all showed up and repeatedly persuaded the passenger to go to the hospital.

Finally, the foreign man agreed to see a doctor. He was sent to the people's Hospital of Pudong New Area. In the hospital, he was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis, and complications had occurred, so he was suffering from severe acute pancreatitis, which has a mortality rate of more than 50%!

As of now, It is understood that the passenger's health has improved after treatment, and his life is no longer in danger.