People continue to slam United Airlines after they forcibly removed a doctor from an overbooked flight from Chicago to Louisville on Sunday. The doctor reportedly told the Airlines that he couldn't give up his seat because he had to see his patients, but that didn't stop him from being dragged off the flight.
As disturbing as the footage of the incident is, UA's apology, saying it's sorry for "having to re-accommodate these customers," is equally infuriating. Upon seeing the footage and reading UA's apology statement, Cleveland Browns' Joe Thomas proceeded to troll the Airlines, blasting them for the incident and its "re-accommodate" terminology.
Here's the now-infamous video followed by all the ways the Browns' offensive tackle ethered the Airlines.
That's not right.
That "re-accommodate" part was something that caught the eye of Joe Thomas, who refused to let up on the Airlines.
But Joe was just getting warmed up with his UA slander.
United Airlines ... congratulations, you've played yourself.
We'll go with the latter because even that would be smoother than being forcibly dragged off a flight.
The Fight Club section you see highlighted above is where you get "re-accommodated." We're glad Joe Thomas slammed United Airlines with zero chill over this.
Having gone 1-15 last year, the Browns could use any win they could get. Salute, Joe!
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