White woman is removed from Southwest Airlines flight after calling black attendant the N-word

Edduin Carvajal
Oct 17, 2018
12:33 P.M.
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An unidentified woman was kicked out of a Southwest Airlines flight after using racial slurs on one of the flight attendants soon before the plane departed.

The incident, which was recorded by another passenger, began when one of the flight attendants, who is black, walked through the plane asking everybody to get ready for departure by pulling up the trail tables and fastening their seatbelts.

Unfortunately, the aggressive lady reacted in a very negative way when she was asked to do so. As the witnesses pointed out, she started calling the flight attendant by the N-word and trying to make them feel embarrassed.

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ASKING HER TO LEAVE

A couple of minutes later, another flight attendant walked to her seat, asked her to collect her belongings, and made her leave the plane. The video uploaded to social media showed the lady insulting the staff even while walking out of the plane.

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DELAYING THE FLIGHT

Right before leaving, she said: “sorry guys!” but the passengers just cheered her way out, celebrating that such an aggressive lady was not flying with them. It was also revealed that police officers were at the gate waiting for her.

Apart from the uncomfortable time the flight attendant had to endure, there was another negative aspect that the lady caused: the flight, which went from Chicago to Houston, was delayed for almost one hour.

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RELEASING THE STATEMENT

Soon after the incident, Southwest Airlines released a statement wherein they explained that the lady refused to comply with the instructions of the plane staff.

“The customer became unruly and verbally abusive toward our flight attendants, and the decision was made to return to the gate to deplane the Customer, where she was met by local law enforcement officers,” read the statement.

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PRAISING THE STAFF

Finally, the airline admitted that the employees handled the situation in the best possible way and that they didn’t condone or tolerate such “profane and unruly behavior” while in their aircraft.

Sadly, it is not the first time that people use the N-word to refer to a black person, and not everybody can react in the same calm way that the previously mentioned flight attendant did.

Source: Twitter/theori

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REACTING DIFFERENTLY TO RACIAL INSULTS

A white man at the Clark/Lake station in Chicago knows it firsthand as he was aggressive and using the N-word to refer to a black man nearby.

The video, which contains violent actions and vocabulary, showed how the black man calmly removed his shirt and glasses before punching the aggressive individual once. He was left dangling over the end of the platform above the train tracks.

Source: Twitter/theori

Soon later, the punched man tried to stand up, but the black man hit him once again, knocking him into the pit. Thankfully, no wagon was on its way.

The man who was punched didn’t file a report as he left the station soon after the incident, reported the Chicago Suntimes.

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