A passenger of British Airways who claims to have been "knocked down" during a flight in January 2016 by an obese traveler sitting next to him has lost his claim against the airline The Sun reported that civil society Named after the wearer, claiming he had contracted injuries to the pelvis and nerves in the back as a result of the uncomfortable flight, The Sun reported.
The 51-year-old civil engineer stated that he was "pinned to the side of the cabin" by the "obese" passenger, whom he estimated to be at least 6 feet, 4 inches tall and over 300 pounds each BBC weighed. He also said he could not keep his normal schedule.
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Judge Andrew Barcello, however, said Thursday that he thought Prosser was overbearing and suggested
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"I accept that the passenger in place 37J was a tall man was very tall, wide and carried a considerable body weight. It is likely that there have been instances when due to his size or movement in his chair he caused inconvenience to Mr. Prosser, "Barcello said, according to The Guardian.
" But I do not accept the suggestion that his size is so great that Mr. Prosser was forced to sit uncomfortably for the duration of the flight as he interfered with his seating area.
The judge added that Prosser had chosen a seating task in a seating group a cabin that offered more seating space and no "unrealistic" expectations of comfort.
Prosser demanded £ 10,000 (nearly $ 12,800) from British Airways, the BBC reported. He also argued that he did not want to make the bigger passenger feel self-conscious by raising concern during the flight from Bangkok to London or "bothering" other passengers with his problems, according to The Guardian.
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Following Thursday's verdict, a British Airways spokesman said the airline was satisfied with the court's decision.