Entitled Trump Supporter Holds Up Flight Trying To Become The Next United Airlines Victim — But His Plan Totally Backfires!

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There can only be one Dr. David Dao.

Yet one passenger wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat (pictured above) tried to become United Airlines‘ next victim by causing a disruption on an international flight!

On Sunday, the unidentified passenger boarded flight 87 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport when he refused to comply with the crew’s instructions.

He then “became increasingly disruptive” when asked to exit the Newark, New Jersey-bound flight.

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According to a United spokesperson, “local law enforcement was called to assist” the situation before the customer “eventually left the aircraft on his own accord.”

Travelers had to get off the plane because of the incident, which passenger Clark Gredo├â┬▒a said was due to the “MAGA” supporter thinking he was “entitled to all three seats next to him” because he couldn’t get an upgrade!

The fellow passenger explained a Facebook post:

“He insists that, because he couldn’t get an upgrade, he’s entitled to all three seats next to him even though they’re assigned to somebody else. Captain, crew, and airport staff come over. Man threatens that they’ll have to drag him off the plane. He finally relents, but not before berating some female passengers and crew, calling one passenger ├óΓé¼╦£Hillary’ (lol) and ├óΓé¼╦£lesbian.'”

Hmm… blaming everyone else for his situation? Displaying entitlement for something that isn’t his? Yup, sounds like the MAGA philosophy to us!

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The rest of the plane couldn’t wait for the cranky man to leave, as some were recorded yelling “lock him up” (lol) as he walked off the aircraft.

Do YOU think this guy was really trying to provoke United into dragging him off the plane? Watch the footage (below) to see what went down!

[Image via Twitter.]

May 23, 2017 2:34pm PDT

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