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“First-class Passenger Forcibly Removed From US Flight After Drink Request”

by Ayushi Veda
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A first-class passenger on a US flight was forcibly removed from the plane after requesting a drink. The incident, which took place on a flight from Los Angeles to New York, has sparked outrage and calls for an investigation.

The passenger, identified as John Smith, requested a drink from a flight attendant shortly after takeoff. When the flight attendant informed him that the airline had run out of the drink he requested, Smith became agitated and began to argue with the flight attendant.

Passengers on the plane reported that Smith was swearing and shouting, and that he appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. The flight crew then called for assistance from the ground crew, who boarded the plane and attempted to remove Smith.

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Smith reportedly resisted the ground crew’s efforts to remove him, and a struggle ensued. During the struggle, Smith was injured and had to be taken to a hospital for treatment. The incident was captured on video by several passengers, and the footage has since gone viral on social media.

The airline, which has not been named, has issued a statement apologizing for the incident and stating that it is conducting an investigation. The statement also said that the airline has a zero-tolerance policy for disruptive behavior on its flights.

The incident has raised questions about the treatment of first-class passengers and the use of force by airlines. Some critics have called for greater accountability and transparency in airline policies, while others have called for a boycott of the airline involved in the incident.

This is not the first time that a passenger has been forcibly removed from a US flight. In 2017, a passenger was dragged off a United Airlines flight after refusing to give up his seat for a crew member. The incident sparked widespread outrage and led to changes in airline policies.

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