Senate rejects plan to regulate airplane seat size

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Airlines are in the business of  packing passengers in like sardines and that means seats are getting smaller and smaller and thanks to the senate -- even smaller.

Yeah, the senate actually rejected an amendment that would have blocked airlines from further reducing the size, width and padding of your seats.

So continue to cozy up to your neighbors and say goodbye to your leg-room and aisle space.

New Jersey man Errol Narvaez, who weighs 385 pounds says he was kicked off a United Airlines flight in Las Vegas because he was quote-- "too fat to fly."
Economy-class airline seats have shrunk in recent years and many airlines are charging passengers for extra legroom.

With all the chaos on earth, lets hope we can at least find some peace in the skies.

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