A woman lodges a complaint under the Disability Discrimination Act because jetstar would not allow her to travel as they already had two people in wheelchairs on that flight. It is agreed that it is discriminatory, but the judge accepts Jetstar's reason that if they take more than two, it will cause them hardship. So, Jetstar wins, even though it is discriminating! How can a judge possibly allow the unjustifiable hardship clause to be applied in this situation, against a multiple million dollar airline, then charge the complainant, an elderly woman with a disability, to cover the court costs of $20,000? Hard to believe it's 2012, and shows how our anti-discrimination laws can be manipulated. Shame on you Jetstar!