A Brooklyn man who was kicked off of his Atlantic Southeast Airlines flight for swearing on Sunday says he may now sue the airline over the incident.
Robert Sayegh, a New York-based children’s author, was escorted off of his flight at Detroit Metro Airport after he expressed frustration over the amount of time it was taking for the overhead luggage bins to close.
Sayegh admitted to using the F-word twice while on board the aircraft but said the language was not directed at anyone in particular.
He was told his removal stemmed from “disruptive” behavior. Sayegh was questioned by police who did not file a formal report. He was later allowed to board a separate flight home.
Source: Detroit News
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