Yossi Adler said he and his wife, Jennie, were heading home from a vacation in Miami on Wednesday night when they were told there was an emergency and they needed to exit the plane. "There's nothing wrong with us", he added. "I have eight children at home and there's a religious reason for some reason that they're kicking me off the plane", Adler replied.
- A Southfield man is furious with American Airlines after being kicked off a flight with his family for body odor. Our Miami airport team members were concerned about the comfort of our other passengers due to the odor. Adler reportedly replied that he showers daily.
Shortly after, an airline employee replied, "Now you told me for religious reasons you don't shower, is that what you said?" Needless to say, they were unable to change their clothes, since they were forced to leave the aircraft - and the airport - without their luggage in tow.
An American couple is making global headlines for all the wrong reasons, after they were reportedly booted from an American Airlines flight after other passengers complained about their body odour.
"They didn't have a right to kick them off", another traveler said.
Jennie Adler said they began approaching people in the airport terminal for a second opinion.
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"Multiple passengers, along with our crew members, complained about Mr. Adler's body odor", the airline said in a statement. "Because we just got kicked off a plane for smelling", Jennie Adler told WPLG Local 10 in Miami.
The person said, "Our team members took care of the family by providing overnight accommodations and meals and rebooking them for the next available flight".
The family had boarded a flight to Detroit when they were asked to disembark and had the plane door shuttered behind them. The family also rebooked their flight on Thursday.
American Airlines let the flight take off with the family's luggage; it was not delayed.
The Adlers ultimately made it back to Detroit - but they're still trying to sniff out the real reason they were removed. "And those were the managers - they were embarrassing us in front of everybody".