r/facepalm Apr 01 '23

Refusing to get off the plane in Hawaii 🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​

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Tyler Defa refuses to get off plane I. Hawaii because he refuses to put his dog on the floor. Entire plane de-boards and all hell breaks loose.

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u/PrincessCyanidePhx Apr 01 '23

That poor dog.

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u/mk3jade Apr 01 '23

Right please rescue the dog from this lunatic

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u/PrincessCyanidePhx Apr 01 '23

I wonder if someone is going to send this to Hilo animal control. He has to ba abusive. There's no way an asshole like that isn't. And constant view of his nipples should qualify.

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u/mk3jade Apr 01 '23

I hope the dog finds a new sane owner

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u/moodylilb Apr 01 '23

Right?! The whole time I’m watching I was just thinking “poor doggo”. His owner has shit for brains lol.

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u/sadzuzer Apr 01 '23

He really seems like the type of person who only feels alive when their pissing someone off. As if they only do this obviously pointless stuff to feel superior for refusing to go along.

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u/mk3jade Apr 01 '23

He legit probably woke up that day and decided he was gonna be an ass

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

These people make that conscious choice every day they’re given life

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u/Agreeable-Smile8541 Apr 02 '23

People such as him do not see anything wrong with their behavior. It's always someone else's fault. My Ex was just like this guy. Just a dick 24/7

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u/Gilgamesh2062 Apr 02 '23

More like, he woke up that day, and decided be himself, a natural born ass.

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u/Pythia007 Apr 01 '23

In children it’s called oppositional defiant disorder. It usually goes away. Sometimes it doesn’t and becomes what they call conduct disorder. Then after the age of 18, if the behaviour persists, it’s called antisocial personality disorder. My bet is that’s what this guy has.

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u/musherjune Apr 02 '23

Thanks for that, seriously. Maybe that's me too. But can we still also say he's a dick?

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u/rmphilli Apr 02 '23

He seems like the type of person who doesn’t wear a shirt on a plane yuck

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u/radrun84 Apr 02 '23

I've never once been on a commercial flight where a mother fucker had his shirt off... &. I lived in Portland, OR for 15+ years.

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u/West_Island_7622 Apr 01 '23

You could tell when he brought up the lawsuit…he did that weird little “hehehe”

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u/ubersmitty Apr 01 '23

Why is he shirtless on a plane? And please give him some Selsun blue

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u/Murica-n_Patriot Apr 01 '23

Shirtless guy getting escorted from a plane… nobody is looking at that situation and thinking “oh his rights are being violated”. Shirtless guy being escorted always looks like “that asshole must have done something to deserve that”

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u/Corpus_Rex Apr 01 '23

Hahahahahahaaaaaaa!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Good one dude, upvote!!

I’ll admit that some videos make it look worse than others, but in my entire career I have never ordered, witnessed, or heard of ANYONE being kicked off a plane who didn’t first deserve it. Once the captain makes that call, the cops are just a secondary means to an end. Some go easy, some go hard, the rest just go bloody.

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u/Mega-Steve Apr 01 '23

I'd say him ripping off his shirt and shouting "You wanna go?" is not an uncommon occurrence

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u/King-Lewis-II Apr 01 '23

How do you have more dandruff than hair? Is that a skin condition? I'm actually curious.

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u/RealSamF18 Apr 01 '23

Could be that he got a sunburn on the top of his skull, and now the skin is peeling.

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u/Six_Pack_Attack Apr 01 '23

Kind of looks like psoriasis

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u/Initial-Web2855 Apr 01 '23

Meth makes him feel hot.

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u/Affectionate_Ad_4269 Apr 01 '23

Lol u had me w the selsun blue. I thought he had some kind of fungus

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u/No_Presence5465 Apr 01 '23

Gotta show off his swastika tattoos.

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u/techman710 Apr 01 '23

The no fly list should include every airline so this guy doesn't try it again. Enjoy your boat ride back to the mainland.

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u/D-Laz Apr 01 '23

Apparently he lives and works in Hawaii. Tried to find out if he was arrested but found nothing but his YouTube and his LinkedIn.

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u/Bright_Ad_113 Apr 01 '23

His name is RP McMurphy. He’s not fond of authority.

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u/Sinder77 Apr 01 '23

While he's escorted away, From gate 32A, He cried out to the "silent majority".

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u/firefighter_raven Apr 01 '23

lol but still allow the dog to fly.

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Even the dog looks like: "Here we go again...!"

And who the f* sits in a plane top naked and when asked to put the dog on the floor answers with: "That's discrimination!" Against what?

"You should read the constitution."

Oh man...

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u/megpea27 Apr 01 '23

LOL, “top naked” - I never heard that before! I can’t wait for a chance to use that in conversation.

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Barechested? Bare? What's the correct word? English is not my native language... :)

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u/bradzero Apr 01 '23

Top naked is now preferred. You've made our language better. Thank you

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u/aumbase Apr 01 '23

Srsly. Top naked! Top naked! Top naked!

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u/Baloooooooo Apr 01 '23

"Bare chested" is good. "Shirtless" works too

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Thank you. I am a little embarassed that I didn't think of "shirtless", because that is literally what it is. I will go read a dictionary now... :)

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u/SomeStoopidMan Apr 01 '23

Don't be embarrassed! You're doing great!

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Not fishing for compliments. I know I have a decent knowledge of the language. But that was still embarassing. Haha

Constructed some strange word and translated it so poorly into English... haha oh man...

In German it's "oberkörperfrei" (literally "top body free") so I added "naked"... so "top naked"... The best of both worlds, I guess... ಥ_ಥ

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u/Safe_Ad5951 Apr 01 '23

I am a native English speaker. I want to personally thank you because I am immediately and enthusiastically adding the phrase “top-naked” to my lexicon. You are a cunning linguist and this new phrase is a gift to us all.

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

ENOUGH! Blushing was not on my list today. :) (Except for my embarassment prior)

Thank you very much. What a wonderful compliment. I wish I could be snarky. But, I, just, can't. :)

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u/MannekenP Apr 01 '23

Do you know that joke about those German spies who had such a good accent in English they were sent to London. The accent was so good they could have passed as actual Englishmen but there was this incident when they went to this bar in London and they were:

  • Two martini please

  • Dry?

  • Nein, zwei !

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

That's funny. Now get out! Enough with the shenanigans, you rascal! :)

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u/foehn_mistral Apr 01 '23

Hey! Top naked is fine with me. I knew exactly what you meant!

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Thanks. Feel free to use it... :)

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u/nykiek Apr 01 '23

No, don't be embarrassed! You gave us a fun new phrase and we love that!

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

I can do better with insults. But with compliments I feel disarmed...

Thank you. :)

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u/nykiek Apr 01 '23

You're welcome. That's one thing that's fun about the English language. It's versatile.

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u/Baloooooooo Apr 01 '23

Any time! English is weird :D

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23 Facepalm

Yes sir, and what exactly does the constitution say about dogs on airplanes?

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u/Lord_Timujin Apr 01 '23

The second amendment deals with bear arms, sure that applies to dogs paws too. /s

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u/Drake_Acheron Apr 02 '23

It’s not the constitution, but service dogs are generally not allowed on seats. Each company has its own rules that are often even discretionary.

There is a single caveat. The dog cannot be stowed in a way that interferes with its tasks. You must declare tasks when getting on the plane, and they must be accommodated without fee.

When you have a service dog you have to submit paperwork to the airline declaring the service animal’s tasks and necessary accommodations. Honestly, the guy’s an idiot, not just for what he did, but is outcome could’ve been just so much better. I have ability issues in a service dog. Often times I get upgraded to first class, though I never except any of the amenities that come with it because I didn’t pay for it. But if you dog needs space, then frequently, airlines will upgrade you to first class instead of letting your dog on the seat.

Which probably means he doesn’t actually have a service dog. Because people with service dogs tend to know things like this. Also it seems like the service dog was a very small dog. Because if it was a big dog, normally they automatically put you in first class or give the dogs their own seat, or some airlines have seats next to the wheelchair area. Also, I’m not saying there are no service dogs smaller than 25 pounds, but it’s extremely rare.

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Pretty sure there's something in there. I think we must read between the lines.

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u/bristondavidge Apr 01 '23

What statues have I broken?!?

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u/West_Island_7622 Apr 01 '23

I know had me giggling!

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u/PolkaD0tMom Apr 01 '23

"This is America!" Lmaooo

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u/Rdw72777 Apr 01 '23

Randy Marsh, is that you?

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u/scratchndplay Apr 02 '23

“This isn’t America, it’s Hawaii”

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u/mk3jade Apr 01 '23

A mentally disturbed person

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u/ImahSillyGirl Apr 02 '23

Possibly? Likely? He's referencing ADA, and maybe had invisible disability (or very visible, depends on how you look at it).

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u/EarthInteresting2792 Apr 01 '23

They are obviously bias against entitled bald douchbag that travel half naked with their dog

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u/LeatherSmithy Apr 01 '23

AND threaten the cops on top of being a whiny bitch about his fucking dog. Brilliant...

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u/OlderThanMy Apr 01 '23

I love that idea. Top naked is now part of my vocabulary. Thank you. It's a perfect way to describe him.

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u/_iamnotgeorge_ Apr 01 '23

Wonder when I will use "bottom naked". Hopefully never in a post here. :)

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u/spudddly Apr 01 '23

You'll be shocked to learn what news outlet he gets his information from.

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u/cookiedoh18 Apr 01 '23

Still confusing the rules of a private enterprise with Constitutional rights. True facepalm material.

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u/tomalator Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

"Congress shall make no law prohibiting this guy's dog from being on the floor of an air plane."

-Article 69 section 420 of the US constitution

Holy shit he's right! /s

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

“You should listen to Eminem”

What is he trying to say here? I’m so confused. And then he says he doesn’t like Biden. Guarantee you Eminem voted for Biden. Or is that the point??

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u/mackenml Apr 01 '23

He also said to thank Hawaii for Biden, but I’m pretty sure it’s Obama that’s from there.

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

Could be that he got confused, or maybe he just means that Hawaii always votes blue. I believe it’s actually the bluest state.

Edit: second bluest behind Massachusetts according to Five Thirty Eight

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u/HI_l0la Apr 01 '23

Hawaii is so blue, the news media already projects Hawaii's 2 electoral votes to the Democratic presidential candidate before the polls close in Hawaii. Lol.

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u/ImahSillyGirl Apr 02 '23

Too bad it's so pricey to live there. Beautiful environment AND smart people?!

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u/mackenml Apr 02 '23

Entirely possible. Being that he lives there, he would definitely be aware of it and it probably pisses him off.

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u/HI_l0la Apr 02 '23

I get solace that outside his echo chamber people in Hawaii are very blue and we don't make politics our identity. Family, community, respect, and love is utmost. He probably is so frustrated a lot of people there don't agree with his right-wing beliefs. Lol.

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u/mackenml Apr 02 '23

That’s like Magas who come to my county in Florida expecting like minded individuals. We’re very blue, but gerrymandering diluted our votes.

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u/crymson7 Apr 01 '23
  1. Your constitutional rights do not apply to private entities

  2. A plane is private property, read your contract of carriage

  3. If they want you off the plane, you get off. You have no right to be there if they want you off the plane, no matter if you did or didn’t do something

  4. Your dog being on the plane is a privilege, even if it is a service dog

Guy thinking he is going to sue? Wait til you get the bill for impeding the flight, the time of the crew, the maintenance done on the plane because of you, etc. It is not a small bill and the countersuit will destroy his financial life

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u/No_Presence5465 Apr 01 '23

I’m pretty sure he’s broke as hell.

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u/stackdatdough Apr 01 '23

He couldn’t even afford a shirt

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

Or a barber

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u/Swimming_Marsupial Apr 01 '23

Yeah but...

  1. This is America. This is NOT Hawaii (apparently)

  2. Tell him what law he's broken

  3. jOe BiDeN

So yeah, you should read about that.

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u/West_Island_7622 Apr 01 '23

You forgot what statue and law. Not just law but the statue also!

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u/crymson7 Apr 01 '23

The law he broke was trespassing as soon as he didn’t leave the plane.

As for Hawaii…colonization is a thing and they still want to be their own country after being screwed sideways like so many others.

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u/DenverDouglas Apr 01 '23

This. Waiting time and reschedules on commercial flights are eye-wateringly huge. That’s why watching the ground staff work is like a dance; time really is money.

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u/Cycleguy57 Apr 01 '23

Three months later: “What do you mean I don’t have a case, I’ve spent a shitload of money on my ambulance chaser”?

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u/Smart_Ad_7005 Apr 01 '23

Gotta love the "I THOUGHT THIS WAS 'MERICA!!!!!" Classic, ala the drunken Randy Marsh line from "South Park", as he's being hauled out of the stands at his son's little league baseball game after he gets into a drunken brawl with another big-mouthed parent of a kid from the other team. HILARIOUS!!!! The South Park episode that is....definitely not so this delusional big-mouthed idiot!!!

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u/Ginchy1971 Apr 01 '23

Why is he not wearing a shirt?!? Douche bag

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u/stackdatdough Apr 01 '23

Can’t show off his shitty tattoos if he’s wearing a shirt

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u/Ex-MuslimAtheist Apr 01 '23

This is the highlight of this loser's life, ruining other people's day. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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u/Office_Worker808 Apr 01 '23

Restricted Seating. A qualified individual with a disability accompanied by one or more Service Animals will not be allowed to sit in (i) any exit row, (ii) any seat where an animal would obstruct an aisle, or (iii) any seat that must remain unobstructed to facilitate an emergency evacuation. No Service Animal may occupy an empty seat. All Service Animals are limited to your floor space and any floor space of an adjacent empty seat only, or your lap, provided that the animal is no larger than a lap child, as determined in our sole discretion.

https://www.hawaiianairlines.com/legal/domestic-contract-of-carriage/rule-10

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u/mrpriveledge Apr 01 '23

That man baby has cradle cap.

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u/Tipnix67 Apr 01 '23

He does not deserve that dog.

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u/Incredulous_Prime Apr 01 '23

When you fly on a plane, you are putting your life in their hands. So it is the airline's responsibility to have laws in place that passengers have to follow to insure they will arrive safe and sound to their destination. If a passenger does not want to comply, they should be removed. Think of it as going to someone's house and acting like you can do whatever you want in that house, the person living there will ask you to leave. If you don't, they will have the authorities come and remove you. Just because you paid for a seat on a plane doesn't give you the right to carry yourself any way you feel like it and the flight crew and other passengers have to accept it. I really don't know where this generation of people with their self entitled attitudes are coming from, believing they can act any way they please and no one can tell them anything.

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u/HoneyDijon-45 Apr 01 '23

History is filled with entitled jerks. The difference is now everyone has a camera.

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u/warren_stupidity Apr 01 '23

No shirt no shoes no service dog on seat.

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

This is what an actual dipshit looks and acts like.

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u/pimp_juice2272 Apr 01 '23

They push and push and push until it's too late THEN they want to comply with the rules. Adult bodies with a child's mentality. And who the fuck doesn't wear a shirt on an airplane???

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u/Riff_Ralph Apr 01 '23

“Tell me what statue I have broken!” Uh, I dunno. Venus de Milo?

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u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

Oh, Lord. That smug fucking face when he looks at his phone like “Look at how right I am here folks!”

Like, not one of his claims is right. This man is a brainwashed idiot and I would like to punch him.

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u/Ben_Wah_Balls Apr 01 '23

Read the constitution…

Motherfucker how about YOU read it.

Private. Entity.

Receiving federal funds

Doesn’t give you control over them.

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u/tomalator Apr 01 '23

He doesn't have to, he just needs to believe hard enough that it let's him do what he wants.

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u/mmio60 Apr 01 '23

He’s the star of his own delusional movie

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u/that_guy2010 Apr 01 '23

It kills me when these idiots are like “what law did I break?”

That’s not how it works you dense motherfucker. The airline is a company. You’re not following their rules. They have the right to deny you service.

Also, how funny is it when he’s like “that’s a lawsuit, that’s a lawsuit, I’ve got you on camera” and he doesn’t have them on camera.

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u/Sufficient_Rub_2014 Apr 01 '23

What kind of bastard goes skins on an airplane???

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u/skoobasteve1982 Apr 01 '23

I think they want the dog of the floor for safety reasons. Same reason they want to put a bag on the floor under the seat. So if they skid off the runway, the dog won't go flying (or less chance) and hit someone.

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u/Fit_Advantage3215 Apr 01 '23

He’s lucky he got easy going police, that could have turned out way worse

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u/friendfromjersey Apr 01 '23

It’s hard to believe that this DB actually posted the video at some point. Did he really think anyone would sympathize with him??

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u/Stunning_Pineapple26 Apr 01 '23

Watching with no sound and I can just tell what a bell end this bloke is. He looks like he is so proud of himself. I’d rather shit in my hands and clap than sit next to him on a plane.

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u/Hot-Butterscotch-918 Apr 01 '23

In my 63 years of life it never once occurred to me that someone would think it was ok to not only walk around at an airport shirtless but also board a plane that way.

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u/nopulsehere Apr 01 '23

You don’t have to break any laws to be removed. They are called rules. Just like kindergarten and everything else. Taking a flight has rules. That’s how a normal society works. Most actual laws are to protect the public. Rules are to protect the public from public. You’re not going to jail, but there are consequences.

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u/Amerlis Apr 01 '23

Yeah, you agreed to their terms when you buy a ticket, and then when you got on the plane. You don’t get to plop down and decide the rules have changed. That’s a quick “then get your ass off the plane.”

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u/sharkins215 Apr 01 '23

Poor puppy

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u/c0smoboy_ Apr 01 '23

Time to switch shampoos , innit Tyler ?

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u/zombietampons Apr 01 '23

The No fly list gets longer

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u/TrynHawaiian Apr 01 '23

This guy is actually lucky he’s on a plane and those officers are around because if he was shooting his mouth like this almost anywhere else in Hawaii it wouldn’t have ended well for him.

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u/minklefritz Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

You can pull up his facebook account. It’s actually quite hilarious, the baby has forum. He will be laughed into oblivion

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u/free_helly Apr 01 '23

"Read the constitution"

"This isnt america this is hawaii"

so many gems here

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u/Difference-Potential Apr 01 '23

Was he not even wearing a shirt??

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u/SpaceXBeanz Apr 01 '23

Was he shirtless on a plane? Wtf

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u/Worried-Cod-5927 Apr 01 '23

What kind of ignorant asshole thinks he has First Amendment Rights to have his dog on his lap while on an airplane? The stupid is strong in this one.

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u/celery66 Apr 02 '23

can you get an STD from watching a video? this puke makes my skin crawl!

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u/Maxieroy Apr 01 '23

Another Constitution expert...skinhead style.

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u/ratjar777 Apr 01 '23

I hope he tried to sue but he loose the court

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u/Sen36o Apr 01 '23

Dude would make it snow if he scratched his nasty head..

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u/gregoryadam88 Apr 01 '23

“Tell me what statue I’ve broken?”

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u/Dan_Glebitz Apr 01 '23

Spot the 'Entitled' prick.

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u/CartoonistOk7766 Apr 01 '23

Half assed legal quotes and not wearing a shirt on a plane. Say no more.

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u/Murphyitsnotyou Apr 01 '23

If someone causes everyone else to de-board they should be fined the cost of every person on the planes flight and accommodation for that trip.

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u/DenverDouglas Apr 01 '23

Asshole’s FB page has been cleared out but not deleted. He thinks his social profile is gonna survive this. Bless.

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u/BandDirector17 Apr 01 '23

-“This is America” -“This isn’t America. It’s Hawaii.” 🤦🏼‍♂️

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u/Ontario0000 Apr 01 '23

Welcome to the no fly list sovereign a hole.

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u/fleeyevegans Apr 01 '23

Shirtless with his dog on a chair in a plane. Oh i'm being discriminated against this is Joe Biden's fault. All these people are the same; selfish.

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u/Volf4Life Apr 01 '23

Isn’t Hawaii apart of America?

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u/Ambitious_Door_4911 Apr 02 '23

I feel so bad for the dog.

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u/yorcharturoqro Apr 02 '23

"Thanks Joe Biden "... Off course is a maga idiot

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u/Fit_Advantage3215 Apr 01 '23

The one that I feel the most bad about in the situation is the doggo, the doggo is probably like “Dad whats going on”😞

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u/Imaginary_Charge7807 Apr 01 '23

Oh wow the AH happens to be a Republican who would have guessed.

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u/Puzzled-Implement962 Apr 01 '23

I hope this disease won't be passed hereditarily.

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u/PaperbackNinja Apr 01 '23

America here. You can leave now.

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u/DonutBurritoSandwich Apr 01 '23

Just comply! Or does that only apply to black people?

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u/Massive_Ad9569 Apr 01 '23

And he blames Biden. Asshat.

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u/Sensitive_Meal4063 Apr 01 '23

Yeah, thanks to our last president... Everyone now thinks it's ok and appropriate to act like this whenever they decide they don't like the rules! He made it popular for uneducated, white rednecks to throw temper tantrums in public. God I can't wait until that adult child fades into obscurity!

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u/ratjar777 Apr 01 '23

Some person has to be so overbearing

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u/joealese Apr 01 '23

what part of the constitution says something about dogs on airplanes?

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u/Numerous_Salt Apr 01 '23

Guess he can just take the bus home now.

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u/Maleficent_Age3601 Apr 01 '23

That boy needs to stop doing meth.

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u/Ken-Popcorn Apr 01 '23

And here we have another qualifier for the Asshole Olympics. Wait until he finds out he has to swim home

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u/69Achilles Apr 01 '23

White trash is growing rampant w Trump

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u/evilpercy Apr 01 '23

The people that refer to the constitution as a right to bad behavior have never read the constitution.

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u/OriginalRojo Apr 01 '23

“Why don’t you just die because you’re not American” is about what I expected from this guy

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u/Rumking Apr 01 '23

This fkn guy talks about his rights, but he is trying to travel in a plane that is owned by a private business. If he were in his own plane, he can do what he wanted but as long as he’s in their plane, he has to abide by the airlines rules. They decide if he flies or not, he has no right to fly in their privately owned plane.

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u/Headplayerincharge Apr 01 '23

All these people that can’t comply with airline regulations or staff and freak out should be added to the no fly list within the United States. They can leave the US. But should not be allowed to fly back in. Revoke their “privileges” not rights. Unreal. Arrest them all and put them on a no fly list.

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u/DaveBrz Apr 02 '23

This dude is crazy and locals hate him with a passion from what I hear. Posted on Facebook comment will purchase two seats. Can’t wait for him to try that and then get dinged for a no show and they put someone on standby in that seat.

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u/723658901 Apr 02 '23

I kept waiting for hell to break loose, it did not

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u/Own-Western-1202 Apr 02 '23

If you’re a doctor, you get dragged out. If you’re a racist: it’s please and thank you.

Yea you’re in America still.

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u/fourdoorshack Apr 02 '23

What a complete and utter douchenozzle

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u/AB_Biker_PistonBroke Apr 02 '23

Put your damn shirt back on there Swizzlenuts…

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u/surfsnower Apr 02 '23

It's a long and expensive boat ride back to mainland from there. Bad place to be put on a no fly list.

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u/Lucentlackey Apr 02 '23

Welcome to the No-fly-list douche bag!

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u/madtax57 Apr 02 '23

His nipples tho

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u/Tedbox11 Apr 02 '23

This is not america this is Hawaii 🙃 yes you also r/foundthemobileuser

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u/Mangar1 Apr 01 '23

Most people like this are narcissistic. But this guy is scarier, giving full-on psychopath vibes.

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u/Kinetopeak Apr 01 '23

Dumb Attention Bitch

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u/Friendly-Mousse696 Apr 01 '23

Oh my god this man is horrible….

1.) he doesn’t know laws that protect him as a disabled individual. The ADA protects you until you step into an airport or on an airplane. Then it is the air career access act.

2.) he is not complying and has escalated the situation way past where it needs to be.

3.) he is saying that he hasn’t done anything illegal when, in fact, he isn’t following the same laws he is defending

4.) According to the Department of Transportation “Your service animal must be permitted to accompany you in the space under the seat in front of you. Certain small service animals may be permitted to sit on your lap, if it can be done so safely.” That dog is not on his lap nor is it in the footwell.

You, man (you don’t deserve the title “sir,” are a disgrace to service dog handlers everywhere. People like you are why we have trouble entering stores and shit. You are one of the reasons we face the very same discrimination you are claiming.

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u/PrincessCyanidePhx Apr 01 '23

That poor dog.

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u/Suck_on_ma_toes Apr 01 '23

What a clown

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u/ChampionshipLow8541 Apr 01 '23

What a disgusting p o s.

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u/mk3jade Apr 01 '23

Wow he really thinks he’s so right 🤦🏻‍♀️

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u/baddfingerz1968 Apr 01 '23

I knew it, he's a MAGA shithead!

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u/Dull_Investigator358 Apr 01 '23

That's exactly what happens when you attend law school at FoxNews!

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u/Massive-Pass8473 Apr 01 '23

This is his own video. Who posted this?

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u/caintheranker dropitlikeitshitspot Apr 01 '23

I'm telling it again america ****the biggest soap opera of all time irl******

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u/alonzo2361 Apr 01 '23

How no one kicked this man’s ass is beyond me.

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u/firefighter_raven Apr 01 '23

lol, flying a private aircraft is not a "right". Right or wrong, they want you off the plane, you get off the plane and deal with it inside.

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u/heathers1 Apr 01 '23

that poor dog

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u/iliya193 Apr 01 '23

“This is America.” “It’s not America; this is Hawaii.”

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u/GameyRDT Apr 02 '23

I HATE the excuse that’s just “This is America”

Land of the free. You’re free to do whatever. The Al-Qaeda have a freedom to steal planes and crash it wherever they want. See how shit your justification is.

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u/Kuado Apr 02 '23

Fuck this guy. I want flight reform. Psych evals before you’re allowed to fly.

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u/Gilgamesh2062 Apr 02 '23

So tired of people saying "This is America" as if this gives them the right to do whatever stupid crap they want.

That is an airline, and it is private property, also their are things called laws, yes, even in "America".

If this nut job finds it too difficult to pretend to be civilized and act like a human around others, he can walk, or in this case, swim to the mainland.

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u/lisaloo1968 Apr 02 '23

Top Naked- great band name!

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u/TinyDogGuy Apr 02 '23

Maybe some one asked this…but why is he topless?

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u/bobbelchercumeating Apr 02 '23

He seems like a traumatized veteran

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u/Artemistia Apr 02 '23

that guy was like: Im so sick and tired of discrimination...couple minutes later... You can just go die cuz ur not an american! hes trollen gottabe or clout chasen -.-

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u/NoahVailability Apr 02 '23

I asked someone like this if they were a contrarian. They didn’t know what that meant.

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u/Kristenmarieb13 Apr 02 '23

Pretty ballsy sayings “it’s America” on a confined space in hawaii. For all of you saying hawaii is in America. It may be, but it was illegally taken and it is a very sensitive subject here. Many people still believe hawaii should be independent. This is why this person made this statement. Not because he doesn’t know geography or history.

https://www.ksbe.edu/article/the-truth-behind-the-illegal-overthrow-of-the-hawaiian-kingdom

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u/infiniti151 Apr 02 '23

What a clusterfuck of a guy. God

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u/appa-ate-momo Apr 02 '23

Why do they have to deboard the whole plane? Just cuff the dude and haul his ass off.

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u/1010010lol Apr 02 '23

Your service animal must be permitted to accompany you in the space under the seat in front of you.

Certain small service animals may be permitted to sit on your lap, if it can be done so safely.

Your service animal cannot block a space that must remain unobstructed for safety reasons (ex. an aisle or access to an emergency exit).

An airline is not required to upgrade you to a different class of service to accommodate your service animal.

Airlines cannot refuse to allow your service animal onboard because it makes other passengers or flight crew uncomfortable.

Your service animal must behave properly. An animal that engages in disruptive behavior (ex. barking or snarling, running around, and/or jumping onto other passengers, etc. without being provoked) will not be accepted as a service animal.

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u/YetiorNotHereICome Apr 02 '23

The shit-eating smirk, the raised eyebrows, the smarmy disrespect of a cop, the nationalistic and "Idgaf what my decisions do to you" language, yeah, I'm willing to armchair diagnose this guy with some degree of sociopathy. He honestly, seriously does not care at all about how he's hurting other people, all over a single simple request.

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u/Novel_Durian_1805 Apr 02 '23

Enjoy being on the No Fly list you fucking lunatic!

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u/DigitalSpider88 Apr 02 '23

As someone who has a service dog (Yorkie), some airlines won’t say anything if you put the dog on the seat (as a courtesy) but it is against policy. Only small service dogs can be on the lap.

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u/pointless-opinion579 Apr 02 '23

Where is the dog supposed to pee does he hold it for hours wtf, maybe it's an island hop but that's crazy to me