Muslim Woman Cites 'Weapon' Soda Can in Airline's Alleged Discrimination

Tahera Ahmed claims a flight attendant told her that the unopened can of soda she requested could be used as a weapon.
0:40 | 06/01/15

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Transcript for Muslim Woman Cites 'Weapon' Soda Can in Airline's Alleged Discrimination
And United Airlines is apology for what it calls a misunderstanding. After being accused of discrimination. A Muslim passengers says a united flight attendant refused to give her and on opens can of Coke. Telling her could be used as a weapon the passenger Chaplin at Northwestern University claims the same flight attendant had just served an un opened can of beer to a man next to her. She is now gaining support online with thousands threatening to boycott the airline. And so I said well clearly your discriminating against me because you gave the man sitting next to me an un open beverage can. So she looked at the hot pick that up. Open the can put it back and she was putting it back she said it's because you would use that as a weapon.

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