From BBC News.
A comedian has said she had to wait two hours at an airport for her mobility scooter, only to find it was missing a vital attachment.
Tanyalee Davis claimed her “independence” has been affected by the loss of a custom-made rack, after her plane landed at Stansted Airport.
Ms Davis said her Ryanair flight was delayed by two hours, and the added delay meant she had to cancel a gig.
The airline is leading an investigation and referred the BBC to partner firms.
Canadian-born Ms Davis, who has a form of dwarfism, was travelling with her partner Kevin Bolden from Treviso, Italy after performing in Slovenia on Friday.
She discovered the custom-made rack, which holds bags and suitcases, had disappeared, after Mr Bolden searched the airport for the scooter for two hours.
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