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January 26, 2007

Man Denied Boarding Because of T-Shirt

A man was not permitted to board a Qantas flight from Melbourne to London because he was wearing a t-shirt that had a photo of George Bush with the phrase, "World's #1 Terrorist."  The passenger had been asked to remove the shirt a couple of days earlier on a Qantas domestic flight and, because of that, asked Qantas staff if he could wear the shirt on the international flight.  He could not.  I wonder if he could've worn the shirt if it said "World's #17 Terrorist."  What number would have been acceptable?  Hm.

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