DC man creates “knee defender” over legroom on plane


August 27, 2014
Zaina Kahuk
News Writer

Earlier this week, a Denver bound flight was forced to land in Chicago because two passengers feuded when one of them tried to use a device he made called “Knee Defender.” The device, created by a man from D.C attaches to the seat back try and prevents the person in front of you from reclining and leaving you no legroom. Passengers at Reagan National say the cramped quarters already causes bad attitudes even before you use the knee defender. Although airlines are not big fans of “The Knee Defender”, the FAA has not banned it, which means you can get it online for $22.


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