Dr. David Dao, who was dragged off a United Airlines flight at O'Hare International Airport two years ago, is speaking out for the first time ever. The aviation officer who pulled Dr David Dao out of his seat said Dr Dao "started flailing and fighting" and was verbally and physically abusive. Dr. David Dao's lawyer on CNBC: he is also now also representing the American Airlines passenger with the baby stroller.
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He had then 'raised his voice and refused to comply' with the crew's requests to leave the aircraft, and became increasingly 'disruptive and belligerent,' he said.
Munoz added that the passenger refused to comply with the officers who then 'physically removed him from the flight as he continued to resist — running back onto the aircraft in defiance of both out crew and security officials.
The comments have sparked outrage online with people claiming that the CEO was attempting to shift blame to the police. The CEO did, however, concede that there were 'lessons we can learn' from the experience and that United will continue to look into the incident.
He also had a final reminder that treating customers with 'respect and dignity' should be matter of course, 'no matter how challenging the situation.
Others said that 'lousy protocol' was never an excuse for a year-old man beating left bloodied by security. Distressing: Children were crying in distress as the three officers manhandled the man out of his seat.
The public doesn't make a distinction. Nicholas Kristof added: 'In any big company, staff will sometimes do stupid things.
At United, the CEO then endorses the stupidity and claims it as company policy! Others pointed out that the customer had also appeared to have followed 'protocol' right up until he was dragged off the plane.
That means that if you have a certain type of fare class, checked in early, have a flier status such as gold, or even just own a barely used frequent flier card, you are less likely to be bumped.
But passengers taking advantage of budget seats appear to be of less value to the airline. And the CEO is now saying the person deserved it.
An airport cop who allegedly body-slammed the passenger was put on leave today - as his bosses condemned his actions amid mounting outrage over video of the incident.
The Chicago Department of Aviation said it 'obviously' did not condone the behavior of the security officer who was filmed slamming the man into an arm rest, knocking him unconscious and dragging him away by his arms as he bled from the mouth at O'Hare.
In his public apology, Munoz said today: 'This is an upsetting event to all of us here at United. I apologize for having to re-accommodate these customers.
We are also reaching out to this passenger to talk directly to him and further address and resolve this situation.
Image zoom. Dao is a Kentucky doctor — and his wife is a pediatrician. Credit: Audra D. Bridges via AP. In February , Dao surrendered his license to practice medicine in Kentucky.
Close Share options. April 11, am Updated April 12, pm. The passenger hauled off a United flight is a lung doctor with a taste for gambling, a history of angry outbursts — and a conviction for trading narcotics prescriptions and cash for gay sex in motels.
David Dao of Elizabethtown, Ky. He was accused of providing prescriptions for Vicodin and other narcotics to a former patient he later hired as his office manager, who was identified in news reports at the time as Brian Case.
He agreed to surrender his medical license in , but had it provisionally reinstated in so he could work one day a week for another doctor in Elizabethtown.
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What Would You Do? Bridges said the man became "very upset" and said that he was a doctor who needed to see patients at a hospital in the morning.
The manager told him that security would be called if he did not leave willingly, Bridges said, and the man said he was calling his lawyer.
One security official came and spoke with him, and then another security officer came when he still refused. Then, she said, a third security official came on the plane, dragged Dao, screaming, from his seat, and threw him against the armrest before dragging him out of the plane.
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