The Airline Overbooks. A Doctor Refuses to Give Up His Seat. What Happens Next Will Shock You.
Wow. Today, a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville was held up due to overbooking. The airline said that four people needed to get off the plane to make room for employees. When no one volunteered, they forcibly removed a man claiming to be a doctor. Here’s a video summary of it. What would you do if this happened to you or a loved one?
On Monday morning, a a man was dragged off a United Airlines plane by three security officers after refusing to give up his seat due to overbooking. According to reports, the incident occurred on Flight 3411 from Chicago's O'Hare Airport for Louisville. The ordeal started when the plane announced that four people would need to give up their seats for four United employees who were needed in Louisville. When no one volunteered, a manager then came aboard and said passengers would be randomly selected and asked to leave. Reports add that the man who was physically removed said he was a doctor who had patients to see the next day.
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