That's when the man in the video asked the Pakistani man if the Pakistanis had a bomb in their bag.
The man reportedly launched into a string of racist remarks after boarding the Houston-bound flight from Chicago, repeatedly asking two Pakistani passengers who were dressed in "traditional cultural attire" if they were carrying a bomb in their bag, another woman on the plane told the outlet.
"The person ahead of us turned around and asked my boyfriend where he was from; my boyfriend said that's none of his business", the passenger, who filmed, told the news station.
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The couple who were busy with their luggage did not hear, only for the man repeated it again.
Witnesses say the pair was met with cheers from passengers as they left the flight.
One woman, who felt uncomfortable by the man's behavior, reported him to the flight attendants who then told him he had to leave the aircraft. Racists aren't welcome in America.
"At that point he said all illegals and all foreigners and need to leave the country". What is shown on the video is the man being asked to repeat the words he allegedly said prior to the video's beginning - and ultimately being kicked off the United Airlines flight as other United Airlines passengers cheered and a woman yelled, "Goodbye racist!"
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In January, a women was kicked off an Alaskan Airlines flight for berating a man who supported President Donald Trump. "I hope you stay there".
"This is not Trump's America", the woman filming him said.
"Hey, I'll come back, but you'll be gone", the man said as he walked away.
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