Family kicked off flight in Florida after passengers complained about body odor

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A Jewish family from Detroit were left mortified after they got booted from an American Airlines flight when passengers complained about their body odour.

Yossi Adler and Jennie Adler were travelling back to Detroit with their 19-month-old daughter and had boarded the plane when they were told to disembark. "Because we got kicked off a plane for smelling".

"They said there were people on the plane complaining you have BO, our crew members smelled it and our pilots smelled it and the pilots said we can't let you fly on this plane because the BO is too bad", said Yehuda Adler.

"There's no body odor that we have", Yossi Adler said Thursday morning at Miami International Airport. There's nothing wrong with us'. Needless to say, they were unable to change their clothes, since they were forced to leave the aircraft - and the airport - without their luggage in tow. "They have our auto seat, stroller, everything", Jennie told the station. The airline said the family was booked into a hotel for Wednesday night and given meal vouchers.

Adler used his cell phone to film video of himself talking with staff after they were taken off the flight.

Meanwhile, her husband wants to know the real reason why they got kicked out.

"Mr. Adler and his wife were removed from the flight when several passengers complained about their body odor", the airline told WPLG.

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"I was like I've never seen this in my life", he said.

"I'm like 'That is absurd, '" Alder told NBC News.

But some people who said they were also passengers on the flight said that it was not about religion.

As of this writing, American Airlines has not responded to the family's accusation.

An American Airlines representative tells Yahoo Lifestyle: "They were asked to deplane after multiple passengers, along with our crew members and Miami airport team, were concerned about the comfort of our other passengers due to the odor". "We take showers every day".

The Adlers said they made it home to Detroit late Thursday and were reunited with their luggage. "And those were the managers - they were embarrassing us in front of everybody".