BEIJING – China's tourism authority is naming and shaming another five tourists for bad behavior and says it is working with airlines on a possible flying ban.
They include two women and a man who brawled after one woman's seat was bumped on a flight from Cambodia to the western city of Chengdu, forcing them to be taken off the flight. Another fought with a Japanese convenience store clerk and the last was involved in a dispute over tickets to a western China scenic site.
Their names and a description of their alleged misbehavior were entered onto a National Tourism Administration list and will remain there for up to three years.
Over that period, they can be refused service by travel agents, airlines, hotels and scenic sites.