Report: Judge Dismisses Ridgewood Man's 'No-Cash-in-Cabin' Lawsuit

Michael W. Rosen filed a suit alleging damages against Continental Airlines for not accepting cash

A state superior court justice has dismissed a Ridgewood man's lawsuit that claimed damages from Continental Airlines after the airline denied him an alcoholic beverage and in-flight entertainment as part of its "no cash in cabin" policy, Consumer Affairs is reporting.

Michael W Rosen not enabling him to pay with cash for both an alcoholic beverage and a set of headphones on a ten-hour flight from Hawaii to Newark in January of 2010.

The judge said Rosen did not present enough evidence to challenge the statute, according to Consumer Affairs. He may appeal the decision, Rosen told a reporter.

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RdgwdGRock August 22, 2011 at 02:15 PM
waste of the court's time. the court should fine him to cover court costs.
George Thanasides August 23, 2011 at 12:42 PM
He should be fined more than just court costs. The penalty should hurt enough so that other ambulance chasers think twice about wasting taxpayers' money on such nonsense


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