New video surfaces of booted United passenger saying 'Just kill me'

A new video has surfaced of a man who was taken off a United plane by force on Sunday night because the flight was overbooked.

According to Yahoo News, the footage appears to show "the bloodied passenger returning to the plane." He can also be heard saying, "just kill me."

Other videos had previously been posted of the incident where the man could be heard screaming as he was physically removed from his seat and dragged down the aisle by his arms.

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One passenger who explained the situation to the Courier-Journal said that the man had been randomly selected to get booted from the flight along with three other people.

United had reportedly told passengers that four airline employees would need to fly on the overbooked plane for work reasons, and when no one volunteered to take the compensation package being offered, the random system was instituted.

Unconfirmed reports have indicated that the man may have been a doctor who needed to see patients the following morning.

The Chicago-based flight, scheduled to leave at 5:40pm for Louisville, was said to have been delayed for two hours due to the incident.

United Airlines' CEO, Oscar Munoz, has since issued an apology, calling the event "upsetting."

He also said that the company has reached out to the man and is conducting a review of the situation.

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