For three years, a Manhattan man has been stewing over getting booted from a branch of the New York Public Library for giving off a funky smell. The way he sees it, he doesn’t have a body odor problem, and as such he should get $5.5 million. He’s suing the library now to stand up for his right to smell however he wants.
Earlier this month, an American was removed from a flight operated by Canadian airline Jazz Air because of his “brutal” body odor. Apparently the flight crew tried to find a way to separate him from the other passengers, but eventually admitted defeat and asked him to leave. He flew out the next day. A spokeswoman for the airline told CNN that it doesn’t have an official policy about body odor.
He is actually still here I as I e-mail you — I hate to be mean, but the BO is so bad, I am seriously choking. He left to get some parts out of the truck and the smell is so strong in my apartment I am going to need to open all of my windows for the rest of the afternoon just to get this smell out.