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American Airlines expelled a Jewish Michigan family from an airplane following an airline claiming to be passenger complaints about the body's smell of one of the family members.
The family, on the other hand, claim to have been thrown out of the field because of their religion.
American Airlines said in a statement that "the Adler family were asked to disappear last night after several passengers, along with our crew members, complained about the smell of their body."
"The family received hotel accommodation and food,
Josie Adler, in an interview with NBC News, insisted he did not smell badly and that he and his wife, Jenny, bathe each morning. (19659022) Join Jerusalem Post Premium Plus now for only $ 5 and build your experience with a website without ads and exclusive content Click here >>