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Man Sues Delta Air Lines For Needle In Seat Pocket

Man Sues Delta Air Lines For Needle In Seat Pocket

A passenger has sued Delta Air Lines for a needle left in a seat pocket that pricked him and forced him to take HIV tests and medications for a year, TMZ reported late Monday, citing the lawsuit. The latest filing comes amid several other controversies the Atlanta-based company has faced in recent months.
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