Airline dismisses ex-senator's complaint

United Airlines dismissed a former congressman’s complaint Thursday as he went on a Twitter rampage about how he was switched to the back of a flight from first class.

Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) first tweeted Thursday afternoon at United, saying “miserable service again” on his flight from San Francisco.

United responded shortly after on Twitter, explaining they can’t guarantee a specific seat.

Frist said he was sent from first class to a seat in the very last row of the plane next to a bathroom “that’s in heavy rotation.”

Frist then confirmed that the plane’s toilets work.

Frist indicated he was sitting too close to his fellow passengers.

Then, he wanted coffee grounds.

It appears Frist was in San Francisco for J.P. Morgan’s annual healthcare conference.