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Man Sues Airline After Burning Himself With His Own E-Cigarette

A man is suing Norwegian Air because he burned his hands on his e-cigarette during flight. E-cigarette use is already banned in flight and they’re not allowed in checked luggage either. However he contends that “[t]he airline should never have let him bring the e-cig on the flight or let him charge it.” Continue reading Man Sues Airline After Burning Himself With His Own E-Cigarette...
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