The complaint Six Flag is in violation of the ADA and the Texas Human Resources Code, which protects the rights of the disabled. He’s also asking Six Flags to refund him for his season passes, attorneys’ fees and any other damages the court sees fit based on whatever “mental anguish” he may have suffered after being kicked off the ride.
Sharon Parker, the spokesperson for Six Flags, said she had not seen the suit.
“But generally,” she said, “we don’t comment on pending litigation.”
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