Tim Seward, 31, was moved from the exit row seat he had paid extra for on an Asiana Airlines flight from Beijing to Soul. The flight attendant told Seward that his prosthetic leg would hinder his ability to perform exit row duties. Seward claimed he had flown in exit row seats many times before and had never been challenged.
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