Delta Air Lines Being Sued After Man Was Attacked By Another Passenger's Emotional Support Dog

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Published on May 30, 2019 - Duration: 00:34s

Delta Air Lines Being Sued After Man Was Attacked By Another Passenger's Emotional Support Dog

A man is suing Delta Air Lines over an incident where another passenger's emotional support dog mauled his face during a flight from Atlanta to San Diego.

Marlin Jackson said he was sitting in a window seat on the June 2017 trip when the dog pinned him down and bit his face several times.

He says he needed 28 stitches.

Jackson's complaint claims Delta was negligent in allowing a "large, untrained, and unrestrained" animal to get so close to him, and failed to follow its own policies.

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