United Airlines workers, passenger trade in Newark

Shocking video captured the moment a passenger and a United Airlines worker collided at Newark Airport – where the worker appeared to punch the man, who then threw him to the ground.

Footage shows the airline worker pushing the passenger, who then unleashes a series of punches that stagger the worker.

The dazed uniformed clerk then dons his dukes and proceeds to punch the passenger in the face.

“You saw that s-?” The passenger yells at a bystander before delivering a punch that covers the worker.

The bloodied United worker stumbles back to his feet and confronts the man again.

“You want something more? He wants more!” the passenger yells at him.

Meanwhile, screams of “Stop!” can be heard in the background amid the brawl.

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Footage shows the airline employee pushing the passenger.

TMZ identified the passenger as singer-songwriter Larren Wong. who shared the video on his Twitter account.

“Security made me glad someone filmed this,” Wong wrote.

“While you’re all here, check out my latest EP ‘It’ll Make Sense Soon’ before I kick your ass!!” he added in another tweet.

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The passenger was arrested, according to TMZ.

Another video of the incident shared online appeared to show the first blow to the passenger country.

A United representative told The Post in an email that the company “does not tolerate violence at our airports or on board our aircraft and we are working with local authorities to further investigate the matter.”

A source said the passenger, who misused a wheelchair to carry his luggage, was removed by police.

The passenger was arrested, according to TMZ.

Port Authority police and Wong did not immediately respond to news from The Post about the incident.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/23/united-airlines-worker-passenger-trading-blows-at-newark/ United Airlines workers, passenger trade in Newark


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