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Man Sues American Airlines After 14-Hour Flight Next To Obese Passengers

Man Sues American Airlines After 14-Hour Flight Next To Obese Passengers

Falling perfectly in line with ongoing news of recent airline scandals, an Australian traveler is reportedly suing American Airlines for putting him in a window seat next to two obese passengers on a 14-hour flight. Michael Anthony Taylor, 67, said the flight from Sydney to Los Angeles left him with permanent neck and back problems.
The flight occurred on Dec. 28, 2015, however, a new suit has been filed against American Airlines in Australia’s Federal Court as a result of the incident.
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