seaforth/merseyside - A British vacationer who saved two children from drowning from the hotel pool in Menorca was praised for his heroic act. The hotel sent a bottle of wine as a thank you for his actions. But the 32-year-old father of two did not settle for that.
The whole drama on the edge of the Hotel Victoria Playa in Santo Tomas on Menorca, according to Steven Tartt ruined his entire vacation. And that may cost a little more than a bottle of wine, he thinks. It was a traumatic experience he writes to holiday provider TUI.
Defies that it dived into swimming pool to save a boy of seven and a 6-year-old girl is fierce. The lifeguard did not pay attention and was fired. At home, Tartt said that he had such problems with the violent event during his holiday in June that he had to take an extra week off to make it easier.
'According to TUI, I have chosen to jump into the pool and so it is my own responsibility. Should I have watched and drowned two children because the hotel had someone who did not do his job? I would have something to do with it! 'He writes.
In addition to the well-intentioned bottle of wine, Tartt wants financial compensation from TUI. TUI is adamant. The holiday giant thinks he can meet earlier with psychological help to deal with the impact of the event.