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Police Evict Man from Plane – He Won’t Give Up Seat That Wasn’t His

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Don’t worry – You’ll see more of him…

Remember how yesterday I said I wouldn’t keep posting these? Well, I guess I lied. Because they keep on coming and I can’t help myself.

Gary, from View from the Wing posted this earlier today and I had to share it.

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He apparently coopts someone else’s seat and then refuses to give it up, launching into a diatribe about why (something about not violating his freedoms). He says he won’t get off even if the cops show up, but I’ll giveaway one part of what happens next….

The cops show up and he is removed from the flight…. the best part, though, is how.

“You don’t violate my freedom!” 

Well, you don’t have the freedom to take whatever seat you want…. Unless you fly Southwest, of course!

The end is, like the video of the woman smashing her laptop over her boyfriend’s head, the best part

What do you think of this guy’s behavior ?

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