United Airlines worker fired for wild brawl with passenger

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 0

A United Airlines worker has been fired after a wild punch-up with a passenger at Newark Airport. The ticket counter employee appeared to start the altercation by slapping former NFL player Brendan Langley.

He instantly regretted it after getting floored by Langley under a flurry of punches. The wild scene was captured on video. It quickly went viral.

Langley, who now plays football in Canada, was charged with simple assault. 

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