Adam Pearson, a renowned food stylist (someone who makes the food look really pretty for photos), was escorted off a Delta flight
after a passenger reported him as looking "suspicious" because of his "Atom Bomb" knuckle tattoos. The tattoo that spans across his fingers is based on a nickname Pearson has had since childhood. After being questioned and assuring everyone that he was not a threat, he was allowed to return to his flight (and endure the stares and whispers by fellow passengers). What's the point of invading everyone's privacy and exposing them to cancerous radiation during pre-flight scans if all anyone has to do is point at someone and say they look suspicious? Delta has neither apologized for nor commented on the incident, but Pearson (due to his heavy following) has caused quite a stir amongst his fans. Delta is probably not commenting yet because they're still consulting with their lawyers. Pearson says he's not out for blood, but maybe he should be.
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