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Flight Erupts in Celebration After Racist Man Booted for Harassing Pakistani Passengers

When the man's female companion asked if she had to get off the plane, the man told her, "Yeah, you gotta go too".

A United States man who was accused of taunting a Pakistani couple while they were boarding a flight has found himself booted from the plane - to the cheers of fellow passengers.

She said he asked them, "That's not a bomb in your bag, is it?"

The passenger, who filmed the man, and other passengers notified the flight attendants.

He said the two passengers were placed on a later flight.

It appeared the pair didn't hear him, so he repeated the question.

That day, the "Queen of the Skies" was flown with 3 pilots and 15 Flight Attendants while carrying 337 passengers on what was supposed to be Honolulu to Auckland. The man in the video and a young woman were already seated in the row ahead of them.

A woman tells them that "Racists aren't welcome in America!" "At that point he said all illegals and all foreigners needed to leave the country".

"Hey, I'll be back, but you'll be gone", the man replied as he left the plane.

Following that, the woman filming is heard yelling "a white supremacist is getting thrown off the plane!" before the man gets out of his seat and follows the cabin crew member. "This is not Trump's America!" before singing "Goodbye racists!" while other passengers cheer.

The man and his co-passenger were asked to gather their belongings and leave the plane by the United employees.

An unidentified man was removed from a United Airlines flight on February 18 for making racist remarks while the plane was boarding at Chicago's O'Hare Airport (video below).

The video begins soon after as Lyn tries to clarify what the man said next, asking who he said needs to "get out".

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