BA apologise to passenger for the 'dog food' he was served on flight

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British Airways apologise to customer for the 'dog food' he was served during £700 Heathrow to Texas flight after he jokes they won't get a 'Michelin star' Erik Booher was unimpressed by the quality of his 'chicken and mash' on flight BA apologised, insisting it 'prides itself' on the quality of the meals it serves Have you had a nightmare airline meal? Email [email protected] 

By Richard Spillett for MailOnline

Published: 14:34 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 14:34 BST, 1 July 2019

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British Airways have apologised to a customer who claimed the meal on his flight was like 'dog food'.

Erik Booher flew from Houston, Texas to London Heathrow with the airline earlier this month ahead of a cruise in the Mediterranean, but was unimpressed with the food.

He posted a picture of an unrecognisable meal on Twitter, which he said was the 'chicken and mash' he'd been served on his £700 flight.

He joked: '@British_Airways, careful! Keep this up and you'll never get that Michelin star.'

BA passengers have sympathised with a man who was served this 'chicken and mash' meal on his flight from the U.S. to London

BA passengers have sympathised with a man who was served this 'chicken and mash' meal on his flight from the U.S. to London

Alongside the meal, was this 'side salad' which appears to contain beans and grains

Alongside the meal, was this 'side salad' which appears to contain beans and grains

Mr Booher added: 'I would love to say that it looked awful and tasted good.

'But $900 doesn't buy what it used to. Now you're crammed in with the other sheeple with no room and fed dog food.

'Travel for the wretched masses. Still, I thought British Airways had more class.'

Another photo he posted appeared to be of a side salad, possibly containing grains.

A spokesman for British Airways said: 'We are sorry that our standards fell below

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