Man with Tourette's syndrome reportedly denied flight after saying 'bomb'

www.foxnews.com Published: April 29, 2013
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Fox News says a man with Tourette's syndrome says he was prevented from boarding a flight from Washington to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday after he said the word "bomb."



MyFoxDC.com reports that Michael Doyle was reportedly denied access to the JetBlue flight because of the outburst, despite having alerted airline and TSA officials about his condition.

"With all the stuff in the news about the Boston bombings and stuff, I started ticking 'bomb.' Because that when I get nervous and anything on my mind will come out," Doyle told the station.


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