Qantas turns away passenger over terror T-shirt
ABC Australia | January 22, 2007
Qantas is refusing to let an Australian man board a plane from Melbourne to the United Kingdom because he insists on wearing a T-shirt depicting US President George Bush as a terrorist.
Alan Jasson, 55, says he wants to wear the T-shirt, but Qantas says written or verbal comments that could cause offence or threaten security will not be tolerated.
Mr Jasson says he is being denied his right to express his political views.
"I have a right to my political views and no one can take them away from me," he said.
Mr Jasson says the ban on his T-shirt is outrageous.
"People who have a political view, you know if I say John Howard's a liar, John Howard knew that there were no children overboard, if that's a view at some point you have to say bad luck," he said.
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