Airline apologizes to cancer survivor who was told to remove hoodie with vulgar word
American Airlines has apologized after a two-time cancer survivor was told she couldn’ t board a flight from Los Angeles to Charlotte because of a vulgar word spelled out in an anti-cancer message on her yellow hoodie. - Tom Fox/TNS

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — American Airlines has apologized after a two-time cancer survivor was told she couldn’t board a flight from Los Angeles to Charlotte because of a vulgar word spelled out in an anti-cancer message on her yellow hoodie. “Tell me why the guy from American Airlines just told me if I don’t put a sweatshirt on that I can’t get on the plane?” Roslyn Singleton of Charlotte said in an Instagram video. The words “(expletive) Cancer” were spelled out on the hoodie. Her lawyer, James Walker Jr. of Atlanta, said “millions have said it before and there is nothing illegal about said stateme...