You know the story.
Last month, a US Airways pilot removed and arrested Deshon Marman because passengers had complained about Marman's "sagging" pants.
Since it was revealed the US Airways allowed a white male passenger to fly in what would essentially be categorized as women's underwear, all charges against Marman have been dropped.
However, the San Francisco NAACP and others are demanding an apology from US Airways.
The airline refuses to apologize and I'm sure a lawsuit is on the way.
What do you think? Should Marman cut his losses, pull up his pants and move on? I mean, there are no criminal charges pending and he still has his scholarship (as of this writing).
Or, do you think that there is a double-standard in the airline industry (as in the rest of America)?
Should Deshon fight for what he believes or pick his battles?
I'd love to hear from you.