Jetstar, a low-cost Australian airline, is apologizing to a man after his luggage was covered in stickers spelling out "I Am Gay" at the Perth Airport.
Although he says he's "utterly disgusted," the unnamed married father of two is not asking for the person responsible for the prank to be fired; instead he wants sensitivity training for employees. The man says he doesn't know anyone who works at the Perth airport and insinuated on Twitter that the culprit may have simply been bored.
Regardless, Jetstar is trying to get to the bottom of the incident. "We are taking this matter very seriously and we have contacted the passenger to apologise for any distress caused," an airline spokesman said in a statement.