Frontier Airlines responds after man says he was kicked off flight, discriminated against


ATLANTA – A professional skateboarder is upset after he said he was kicked off a plane for a wearing a T-shirt that offended another passenger. Justin Mallory said the incident happened on March 2 in Atlanta as he tried to board a Frontier Airlines plane to Phoenix, Arizona for a skating event. Mallory insisted he was discriminated against because his shirt displays two guns in a logo. He’s now being represented by Atlanta-based attorney Mawuli Davis. The two held a held a news conference Wednesday. “Your man was taken off a flight for wearing a Big Black Biscuit hoodie,” Mallory told the crowd.


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