After being stranded in an unknown country, a woman’s worst nightmare became a reality.
A UK customer of P&O Ferries was left in horror after she was left abandoned in Rotterdam without her false after the firm sacked all of its crew.
Last night (18 March), P&O Ferries were in crisis after 800 crew members were cruelly sacked over Zoom.
The news comes as the organisation has made multiple tragic redundancies via Video-call and replaced them all with cheaper agency workers.Daily Mirror
Many travellers were left stranded abroad by the devastating news. Heidi was one of them.
One TikTok user shared the video from Rotterdam. Heidi was left without her false tooth after her trip from Hull.
In a video, she stated: “P&O haven’t turned up and Heidi has left her teeth on the boat.”
She added the caption: “This trip couldn’t get any worse, she’s left her teeth on the boat.”
The comment section was filled with humor from people who couldn’t resist adding a little humor to the situation.
One viewer wrote: “Well, at least you can’t say that P&O are toothless.”
The second: “Good on you for turning a bad thing into a funny thing, I hope [she] gets her gnashers back.”
Heidi was happy to be reunited again with her teeth the next day. A TikTok video captured her joy at being reunited.
She can often be heard shouting at the ceiling: “Oh my god, my teeth. Flippin’eck, the panic about that was unbelievable.”
It comes as a captain of a giant P&O ferry travelling between Rotterdam and Hull was hailed a hero after refusing to allow police or new crewmen to board his vessel.
The captain of the Pride of Hull, understood to be Eugene Favier, sealed himself and his crew inside the ferry in the Port of Hull just hours after P&O announced mass redundancies.
In recent days, a video emerged showing the moment the P&O company chief announced the termination of the staff’s contracts.
He stated: “Therefore I am sorry to inform you that this means your employment is terminated with immediate effect on the grounds of redundancy.
“Today is your last day of employment.”
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