SCOTS rockers Mogwai have blasted British Airways after the band’s music gear was left stranded at chaos-hit Heathrow airport earlier than a gig.
The chart-topping musicians noticed their devices and package left behind as they arrived in Dublin on Sunday forward of a pageant.
2Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai slammed the blunderCredit: Getty2Luggage piled up at Heathrow after technical points induced chaosCredit: ReutersFrontman Stuart Braithwaite, 46, blasted the under-fire airline, telling it to “go and stand within the nook”.
He wrote on Twitter: “None of our baggage, guitars or gear has made it to Dublin.
“Heading into city in yesterday’s garments to try to assemble sufficient gear to play a gig.
“Go and stand within the nook British Airways.”
He later instructed followers “I believe we have now it in hand” and “we’ll make it occur” forward of the Sunday night pageant set.
British Airways stated: “We’re working arduous to reunite our prospects with their baggage as rapidly as doable, and thank them for his or her persistence.”
It comes after we instructed of Brits’ vacation distress as baggage pile up and flights are cancelled at main airports.
Suitcases had been unfold throughout the ground and piled up on trollies at Heathrow’s Terminal 2 after a carousel malfunction on Saturday.
The airport stated it “unreservedly apologises for technical points with our bags techniques” as travellers’ plans had been thrown into disarray.
Some passengers had been warned they won’t see their possessions for 2 days after enduring depressing lengthy queues.
Mogwai, made up of singer Braithwaite, Dominic Aitchison, Martin Bulloch and Barry Burns, shot to fame in 1996 after being awarded single of the week from NME for Summer season.
The band’s newest album, As The Love Continues, reached #1 in February final 12 months.
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