An American airline is trouble the way it treated one its passengers. A passenger on a United Airlines flight was dragged of his seat and pulled out of the aircraft along the floor of the airplane. The passenger, David Dao, was a 69-year-old doctor. Dr Dao became unconscious security guards pulled him out of his seat. His face was covered blood. He lost two front teeth and the security guards also broke his nose. The doctor paid his seat but United Airlines ordered him to get the plane because they wanted his seat for a flight attendant to sit . The doctor explained he had to work the next day because he had many patients to see his hospital. United staff didn't listen to him.
Dr Dao is going to sue United Airlines damages. Dao was born Vietnam and escaped the Vietnam War in 1975. His lawyer said being dragged the United Airlines flight was a "more horrifying" experience than living that war. Dr Dao's daughter said: "What happened to my dad should have never happened to any human being….We were horrified and shocked and sickened to…see what happened him." A video Dr Dao being dragged off the flight went viral social media. Over 150,000 people have signed an online petition asking the United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz to resign. He said he would not resign. He also initially did not apologize and said Dr Dao was fault his injuries.