By Amie Gordon For Mailonline
Published: 11:58 BST, 23 July 2019 | Updated: 11:58 BST, 23 July 2019
A father claims an easyJet worker of 'accused his daughter of faking disability to get on a flight.'
Keith Campbell filmed a staff member's response as his 10-year-old daughter Abigail had an asthma attack at Gatwick Airport.
Mr Campbell alleges the worker was 'happy to leave a sick child on the floor' and claims he was refused boarding because he was 'three minutes late, ' which the airline disputes.
Left, Abigail on the floor as she had an asthma attack and right, Another video from shows Abigail hooked up to breathing apparatus in the middle of the busy airport
The family had enjoyed a holiday in Turkey before flying to Gatwick on July 10 for an EasyJet flight to their home on the Isle of Man.
Mr Campbell claims they arrived 'three minutes before the gate closed' because Abigail was tired from her asthma. EasyJet insist the family were 17 minutes late.
The 45-year-old recorded a video, in which he be heard saying: 'Easyjet is happy to leave a sick child on the floor are they? Is that what you're telling me?'
The camera pans to his daughter lying on the ground in the foetal position, cradling her head. Abigail has Brittle Asthma, which can suddenly develop into a life-threatening attack.
In response the Easyjet staff member says: 'No, no you have it [Abigail] on the floor because you want to,