Former New York Senator Al D'Amato was kicked off a JetBlue flight after complaining about the pre-take off delay at Fort Lauderdale airport. Reportedly, the captain asked 10 people from the first nine rows to move to the back due to weight constraints on the plane, but people became irritated when no one was moving.
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This Vietnam War Veteran was removed from this U.S. Airways flight on 31 Aug 13. This man was 100% disabled and was accompanied by a Golden Retriever service dog. The reason this man was removed was because the airline wanted the dog to lay on the floorboard by the mans feet for takeoff and landing and the dog was sitting in the seat. The mans protest was understandable because being a small CRJ aircraft and the dog being full size it was hard for the dog to fit on the floor between the seats.The dog was behaving beautifully while seated in the seat and not bothering anyone. After the man was escorted off of the airplane the police officer came on board (not shown in the video) and said to the people on board the aircraft "Folks we are going to see how you feel the situation was handled. Do you think it was right for this man to be escorted off of this aircraft?" The individuals on the airplane replied with a thunderous (shaking me in my seat as I yelled) NO!!! My arguments.... 1) Parents are allowed to hold their children unbuckled in their lap for take off so why shouldn't this man be allowed to hold on to his working dog for take off? (The Government gives veterans with PTSD service dogs that are trained to help calm the veterans in stressful situations). 2) The airlines policies should be written to act as a guide and not a hard and fast rule. I am a pilot myself and to my knowledge the FARs do not prohibit an animal from sitting in a passengers seat.(Ref: FAR 135.85). As you can see in the video this man stands up and apologizes to the passengers on board while waiting for the police to arrive. My opinion is that U.S. Airways needs to re-visit their "policies" and reimburse this man his money at the minimum. What are your thoughts?
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Seven months after Muhammad Ali, was laid to rest, new details of his estate have emerged. The iconic boxer and civil rights leader left $80 million behind and each of his nine children will reportedly get $6 million each. His widow, Lonnie, is said to be receiving twice that amount. But there has been drama involving his only biological son, Muhammad Ali Jr. Not long after he attended the funeral along with his wife Shaakira, she claims he ditched her, failing to return to their Chicago home.
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A chorus of boos rang out as a woman was booted off an American Airlines flight by a "bully" flight attendant, causing the other passengers on the plane to revolt. Right before takeoff a flight attendant asked a passenger to find her seat. Althoug...
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Warming up your car before driving off in the harsh winter weather may be a common practice but in many places, it could lead to a hefty fine. Just ask Nick Trupiano, who was warming up his car in the freezing cold outside his Roseville, Michigan when he says he was ticketed by police for $128 as the vehicle sat in the driveway. Trupiano claims he had no idea there was a law about idling. "I had no knowledge of it and it seems like others had no knowledge of it either," he told Inside Edition.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A man forced his way into a house and attacked a teenage girl returning home from school, it was all captured in the home's surveillance footage.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A used bathrobe at a brand new Trump hotel was not washed between guests, an Inside Edition investigation has found. Trump International Hotel Washington D.C., where Donald Trump ended his "birther" stance on President Obama in September, was expected to be clean and luxurious. After checking in to a $900-per-night room, we used a harmless, washable fluorescent paint only visible under UV lighting, to spray the Inside Edition a logo on sheets, pillows and a bathrobe.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC Airlines charge parents an extra $300 to keep their children safe when they're flying alone, but just how protected are they? A 13-year-old girl who flew from Dallas to Portland by herself over the summer says she was sexually assaulted by a stranger sitting beside her. With as many as 400,000 children flying alone on any given weekend, Inside Edition conducted a demonstration to see how easy it can be for someone to approach an unaccompanied minor.
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President Trump got the behind the wheel of a big rig parked on the White House lawn. Social media went wild with memes over the president's expressed on the truck. The President is also facing backlash for what he told TIME magazine, "I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president, and you're not," he told the reporter. Seth Meyers claims The President stole the line from a "Saturday Night Live" skit.
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A teenager inadvertently became an internet sensation as she filmed herself trying to peel off a charcoal facemask while showcasing the unbearable pain she endured. Cachet Raynor, 17, endured agonizing pain for more than three minutes while trying to pull the mask off. "It felt like my face was gonna to come off with the mask," she told Inside Edition. "I was hoping it would take away my pores and whiteheads and black heads and pimples and stuff like that."
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On his show Bill O'Reilly revealed Donald Trump's love of milkshakes. Now INSIDE EDITION has tracked down the man who could be responsible for his obsession. It's emerged that Trump's former personal chef is the man behind New York City's $15 milkshake craze. He later oversaw food preparation for all of Trump's properties. Isidori now owns Black Tap, where folks line around the block for his over-the-top milkshake creations. Isidori told INSIDE EDITION that Trump "loves milkshakes."
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The little black dress Melania Trump wore on New Year's Eve is now sparking an online firestorm against its designer. It all started after the dress' designer, Stefano Dolce of Italian label Dolce & Gabbana, thanked her on Instagram. Melania Trump has been a longtime supporter of the high-end company based in Milan, and the creator's remark led to a flood of criticism. The dress retails for $3,000 at Saks Fifth Avenue. It's made of wool and spandex and is adorned with bejeweled bows.