A steward selected the 5. January 2018 to keep a clamped flypassagers right arm down, while he repeatedly struck the passenger in the face and in the back of the head.
this is the sound of an accusation in any case against the airline American Airlines.
It writes the USA Today.
According to the u.s. media called the passenger concerned, Gregory Lagana, and flew from Charlotte North Carolina to Philadelphia.
In the lawsuit claim Lagana, to the American Airlines employees attacked him, as the two discussed for a drink, after which stewarden - according to Lagana - allegedly began to clobber away at him.
Lagana claim, moreover, that the attack has resulted in the fact that he now has a brain injury and that he suffers from violent headaches.
In the action is there, to Lagana for the flight was treated for subdural hematoma, which is a blodansamling between the skull and the brain, at the Princeton Medical Center in New Jersey, where he also was treated for swelling and red and blue marks in the face as well as damage to the hand that was allegedly caused when Lagana tried to defend himself against the blows.
in Addition, he received neurological, neurosurgical and chiropractic studies.
- because of the incident suffering the plaintiff is now of serious and permanent injury as well as mental and psychological damage that leaves him chronically ill, says the lawsuit, which the american media have gained an insight into.
According to USA Today, the plaintiff Gregory Lagana airline for nothing less than 161.000 u.s. dollars, which is equivalent to more than a million Danish kroner.
- The guy tæskede him literally sanseløs, says Laganas lawyer, Edward P. Capozzi.
American Airlines confirms the action to the UNITED states Today and says that they do not currently have any further comments than that 'they will review the petition and investigate the incident on the flight in question further'.