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United Airlines Cancels Man’s Flight For Recording Confrontation

United Airlines Cancels Man’s Flight For Recording Confrontation

Following allegations that it forced a woman to urinate in cups after refusing to let her use the lavatory, United Airlines made headlines yet again this week after a video surfaced of an airline employee canceling a man’s flight from New Orleans to San Francisco for recording a heated exchange over his baggage. The airline has since issued a public apology to the man, who says he was forced to pay for another ticket home on a different carrier.
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