People who work for the same company that hired the accused dry ice bomber at LAX have complained about working conditions.
Attorney Andrew Glenn filed a class action lawsuit against Servisair. He says workers claim they were docked pay for lunches and had their timesheets changed.
"I can tell you that the guys in the eight states that I represent are disgruntled," says Glenn.
Servisair has not returned several calls for comment. Glenn says some of his clients work at LAX, the same place suspected dry ice bomber, Dicarlo Bennett, works.
Glenn does not represent Bennett. Bennett was arrested Tuesday night. He's accused of planting dry ice bombs that went off in two terminals this week.
-- Jo Kwon (@jo_kwon)