Allen Jasson, a passenger who was banned from a Qantas flight in December for a T-Shirt depicting President Bush as the "World's Number One Terrorist" (SN reported), has been banned once more trying to fly from Melbourne to London.

In the December incident, Jasson changed his shirt when it was challenged as offensive. This time, however, he made the decision to "... stand up for the principle of free speech," according to interviews in the Australian press.

Jasson is threatening legal action against the airline. Qantas stated that "Whether made verbally or on a T-shirt, comments with the potential to offend other customers or threaten the security of a Qantas group aircraft will not be tolerated".

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