Beating up each others

The incident, brought attention of entire aviation other sectors : as the passenger dragged out by the security in order to give seat to another passenger on the overbooked United flight.
A public relations disaster for United Airlines is transforming into an international incident in one of its most important markets.

Video of a passenger being dragged off a Chicago-Louisville flight, bloodying his nose and leaving him dazed in the process, has gone viral online in China, attracting tens of thousands of outraged posts.

The man, who has not yet been identified, was overheard saying he was being profiled for being Chinese.

Due to this the stock price of United Continental Holdings Inc. fell dramatically for hours on Tuesday amid the fallout over the airline’s handling of a passenger being dragged off one of its US flights. 

At one point, the stock value dropped to the tune of over $800 million.
The company’s stock price opened at $70.15 Tuesday as the markets were largely unmoved by the scandal on Monday. However, it later plummeted to $68.37, a fall of more than 4 percent, before climbing again to close at $70.71.




Memes related to this incident are seen on various social media pages. 



Previously we've seen something in India - Air India and the member airlines of the Federation of Indian Airlines on Friday banned Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad from flying on any of their aircraft with immediate effect. The ban comes a day after Gaikwad assaulted an Air India staffer over a seat.


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