- A passenger on a United flight complained after he say a fellow passenger wearing a T-shirt that advocated lynching journalists, in an incident that went viral on Twitter and was first reported by CNBC.
- The complaining passenger was given the option of moving to a different flight, but the passenger with the threatening shirt was not confronted and was allowed to fly.
- The episode highlighted the inconsistencies in how airlines enforce dress codes and assess threats on board.
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