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Shocking videos showed a man being forcibly dragged off a United Airlines plane after the flight was overbooked — prompting massive outrage on social media. The incident occurred on Flight 3411, which was waiting to take off at Chicago O'Hare Airport for Louisville, Kentucky. According to Audra Bridges, who was on the plane and posted video to Facebook, four people would need to give up their seats for four United employees who were needed in Louisville on Monday. She said no passengers volunteered, so a manager came aboard and said passengers would be randomly selected and asked to leave.When asked to leave, the man in the video became "very upset" and said he was a doctor who had patients to see the next day, Bridges said. A manager then told him security would be called if he refused to leave the plane. Three security guards then removed him from his seat while other passengers yelled in disgust.

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