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Asiana Airline Staff Tells A Disabled Man He Must Move Seats Due To Prosthetic Leg

 

 Tim Seward, 31, was flying from Beijing, China, to Seoul in South Korea with Asiana Airlines when he was approached by a cabin crew member who said, ‘I cannot prove if your leg is functional.’ The industrial designer, who had his limb amputated at the age of 11 because of cancer, had paid extra money for an exit row seat which requires passengers to be physically able to open the emergency door in the event of a crash landing.

Although Tim has a prosthetic leg he told MailOnline that he is ‘more capable than most people physically’ and even managed a career as a professional skater during his 20s.
After the staff member ordered him to move he asked to speak to the cabin manager. But according to Tim the man then came back with three security guards who escorted him to another seat.

 

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