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| Seriously unprofessional immigration officer. I was in transit and going through immigration. I am walking with crutches because I hurt my leg. There was not one person in line, seriously not one person. I don’t mean just a few people, I mean nobody! So I tried to skip the long serpentine and go directly to the counter but the officer said I had to do the serpentine. So I rolled my eyes and walked back. He got angry and told me I had to calm down. So I am limping, I had only rolled my eyes and he is telling me to calm down? I just smiled at him, walked back and did what he asked. I get to the counter and he is still rude with me, annoyed I don’t speak spanish. I keep on smiling and finally make it through. After a few steps there’s the metal detector she asks me if I had gone through immigration. I say yes but she doesn’t believe me and goes to the immigration counter to verify. Come on! Just to complete the picture, I had arrived in Buenos Aires on Aerolineas Argentinas from Rio de Janeiro. I am first row business class so I ask the hostess if she can place my crutches somewhere and she just tells me to fix them on my own in the overhead compartment. Fine, I can do it but is this the service you give me with a 5.000 euro ticket? Even if I had not paid for my ticket, don’t you just automatically help someone with crutches out of your good heart? I travel the world for business very much, about 2 intercontinental trips a month but this was my first time going through Argentina and on an Argentinian airline. I have always thought that french people were unpleasant but wow, meet the Argentinians and you will definitely change your mind. This was a big surprise as in general the South Americans I know (Brazilians, Colombians, Chileans) are so nice.