The airline detained Henry Amador-Batten, 52, for about an hour as the flight attendant alleged the man had his hands too close to his son’s genitalia. Henry said the apology “came from a United employee who gets paid to calm these situations, she also asked us to keep this low key since they have been experiencing ‘bad press’ of late.” His husband Joel described on Facebook that his husband was ashamed and made look as a criminal in front of other passenger who started to look for the way out of the plane not to share a room with him. “This is not something that anyone should have to worry about happening to them on a flight just because someone might not like the looks of them. My husband and I are parents. We are foster parents. We are in the process of adopting our second son,” Joel continued. Henry said that “the treatment by both the flight attendant and the captain were absolutely mean-spirited and completely unacceptable,” and revealed he intended to sue United.