TampT Disabled The Respect No
I am not the least bit surprised at this LDS. One thing that I have noticed about Trinidadians is that they all seem to have a peculiar sense of humour.
|Rather off topic, but...|
I am not sure if you may remember this but many years ago, a foreigner came to Trinidad and forgot his medication; so he went to Piarco airport, somehow, ran pass security and jumped into one of the plane engines and naturally, he died. His mother explained to the media that her son realized that he had forgotten to carry his medication with him and was merely trying "to go home." I went to a party shortly after this incident and I overheard a conversation concerning this report and much to my amazement, people found the story very amusing. Sad but true!
It is a crying shame that a disable person had to endure this puerile behaviour over the telephone and to add insult to injury, the customer did not receive an updated telephone number! Personally, I believe that TSTT stands for Terrible Service for Trinidad and Tobago
. I am glad that the individual chose to voice her disgust and disappointment in the newspapers. Hopefully, someone with a conscience from TSTT, may ensure that this incident is never repeated.