A Florida resident who was banned for life from an airline after defying a federal mask mandate by wearing lacy undergarments on his face, says he's basically the same as civil rights icon Rosa Parks, a Black woman who famously refused to move from her seat for a white passenger on a bus in 1955.
“I think the best way to illustrate absurdity is with absurdity,” said Adam Jenne to NBC2 after he was booted off his United flight last Wednesday from Fort Lauderdale to Washington, D.C. "Every single flight has been met with different reactions from the flight crew."
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