A North Texas man said Six Flags Over Texas staff told him he couldn't ride the park's roller coasters because he does not have hands.
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Michael Green said waited in line for an hour Friday only to be told he could not ride the Texas Giant.
"I'm very furious, sir," he said. "This is the first time this has ever happened to me."
Green, who lost his hands when his home caught fire when he was 15 months old, said he has learned to live without them.
"[I can do] everything except tie my shoes. I can cook. I can drive. I can clean. I can go to school. I can write with my hand. I can type on the computer about 35, 40 words per minute," he said.
After park staff at the Texas Giant would not allow him on the roller coaster, Green went to guest relations, where he was told that he couldn't ride anything.
"I always get stared at a lot, but I never get discriminated -- people telling me that I can't do something when they don't even know what I can do," he said.
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