A Muslim man was booted from a flight after an attendant publicly announced his name and seat number and warned him she was "watching" him. Welcome to American (real ones) Airlines.
Mohamed Ahmed Radwan had boarded a plane in Charlotte, North Carolina and the flight attendant went to the tannoy and said: "Mohamed Ahmed, Seat 25-A: I will be watching you."
The employee made no other announcements about any other passenger. Mr Radwan asked the employee why she had made the announcements. She reportedly responded that he was being "too sensitive" [and] was told he must leave the plane as he had made the first air stewardess "uncomfortable".
The company's response: "We thoroughly reviewed these allegations and concluded that no discrimination occurred."
The same way bad police use "felt threatened" as an excuse for beatings and killings, bad airlines have settled on "felt uncomfortable" as their lawyer-approved all-bases-covered method of booting Muslims from flights.