Young Jewish family kicked off plane for offensive "body odor"
American Airlines says other passengers complained about the family's funky smell.
MIAMI — A young family was booted from an American Airlines flight after other passengers complained about supposed offensive body odor.
According to Local 10 News, Yossi Adler, his wife, and their 1-year-old daughter were attempting to get back to Detroit, when they were escorted off the plane.
According to Adler, "all of a sudden, as soon as they took us off, they closed the gate and then said 'Sorry, sir, some people complained you had body odor and we're not letting you back on.'"
The Adlers were told they would get their luggage back, but that was obviously a lie considering the airline just jams all the luggage in the cargo hold.
According to American Airlines, the Adlers were given a hotel room and some crappy meal vouchers. They were then rebooked on a Thursday flight.
The next morning, the Adlers showed up at the airport and actually had to walk up to random people asking if they smelled.
Yossi said he's frustrated and wants to know the real reason they were forced off the plane.
Well, it definitely wasn't for their religious beliefs because there's no way anyone in America would ever discriminate against other people over their religion, especially on airplanes.
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