Nov 29, 2018
'Squashed' passenger loses British Airways court fight
Stephen Prosser said he suffered a pelvic injury and nerve damage in his neck on the 13-hour journey from Bangkok to London in January 2016. Judge Andrew Barcello said Mr Prosser had created an "Exaggerated picture". Mr Prosser had previously told Pontypridd County Court that he was "Pinned against the side of the cabin" after a 23-stone man "Wedged" himself into the seat next to him. The judge suggested Mr Prosser's physical injuries could have been caused by a pre-existing back injury or "Reluctance to mobilise". A British Airways spokesman said: "We are pleased that the court agreed that Mr Prosser had room to fly comfortably."
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