AIRLINE SAT ME ON CAN
$2M SUIT VS. JETBLUE
By DAREH GREGORIAN: N.Y. Post
A JetBlue pilot forced a Manhattan man to sit on the toilet for three hours during a cross-country flight to free up his seat for a stewardess, the flush-with-fury passenger charges in a $2 million lawsuit filed yesterday.
Gokhan Mutlu claims the experience made him feel like a first-class loo-ser - and his Manhattan Supreme Court suit says that he suffered "emotional and psychological trauma" and that the JetBlue crew "publicly . . . humiliated and dishonored" him.
"I guess the flight was overbooked, and I didn't want to make a big deal in front of the other passengers, so I just had a seat. "I don't feel good. I was humiliated."
"I brought you home," the pilot countered.