Passengers on board a U.S. Airways flight from Portland, Oregon to Charlotte, North Carolina Thursday said a flight attendant refused to hang up a decorated American war hero’s coat because he wasn’t seated in first-class.

When some of the first-class passengers offered to trade seats with First Sergeant Albert Marle, the flight attendant said no, passengers told WSOC-TV. Another flight attendant later took Marle’s coat to hang it up.

But even that didn’t stop several people from expressing their frustration on Twitter:

Written by Jon Street
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