United Airlines Apologizes After Man Dragged Off Overbooked Flight

CHICAGO (CBS) — The CEO of United Airlines has apologized, after a man was dragged off an overbooked flight at O’Hare International Airport, when he refused to get off the plane voluntarily as the crew tried to find seats for airline employees who needed to get to Louisville.

Other passengers posted videos of the incident on Twitter and Facebook as three Chicago Aviation Department police officers forcibly removed the man from his seat on Flight 3411 from O’Hare to Louisville on Sunday.

See more at CBS Chicago.

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