Sunday, February 4, 2007
Some years ago, on a flight from Kansas City, Mo., to Boston, the woman sitting next to Lee Levitt asked him if he would give up his aisle seat in exchange for her husband's middle seat a few rows back.
Levitt, a Needham businessman, considered the long, cramped flight he would have to endure in a middle seat and told the woman, "No." The woman responded by jamming her high heel into Levitt's thigh.
"At first I did nothing," recalled Levitt, a frequent business traveler who now works for IDC, a market research company in Framingham. ...
Read more of this story on the trials and tribulations of business travelers in today's Globe.
-- Keith O'Brien