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United Airlines Kicks Man off Flight for Photographing Video Monitor in Front of Him

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 The flight attendant who had him removed told him he had violated the plane’s policy, which is outlined in their in-flight magazine.
The policy appears to be rather new. At least it didn’t appear to be in place in 2011 when theyescorted a woman off a plane after she had photographed the name tag of a woman who had been rude to her with the intent of filing a complaint.

It was likely put into place after that incident, which resulted in widespread negative publicity for the airline, not to mention other incidents on other airlines where flight attendants treated passengers like shoe-bombing terrorists because they tried to take photos or shoot video on the plane.

The writer, who only goes by his first name, Matthew, is one of several bloggers who write for the site, UPGRD.

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