Paul Zerdin really needs to stop flying with British Airways.
The “America’s Got Talent” winner went on a fiery rant on Sept. 11 after the airline lost his luggage en route to Lisbon, Portugal.
“Here I am at Lisbon Airport after having just got off a flight from London’s Heathrow and my case with all my gear didn’t make it onto it,” Zerdin said on Tuesday. “Not a connecting flight, but a direct flight!”
If the ventriloquist does not get his gear in time, he can’t perform his scheduled shows. That is bad news for a man looking to make a living, not to mention his fans expecting a show.
‘This the third time British Airways have lost or mislaid my luggage and frankly, I despair,” Zerdin expressed. He explained how he can’t possibly do a 45-minute set with just his hands. “That’s not going to work now, is it? I need my luggage. Please, British Airways. Please get it to me tomorrow in Cadiz. Please. I beg you. I beg you.”
Zerdin, 46, won the 10th season of “AGT” in 2015.