A disgruntled would-be passenger executed a unique one-man protest in a North Carolina airport Wednesday after learning his flight to Jamaica had been overbooked.
Many fliers can empathize with the frustration that comes from the news of an overbooked flight, but when the man decided to strip naked in retaliation, he likely lost their support.
Witnesses told WBTV News that onlookers had different reactions. Some snickered, while other ran away.
Sherry Ketchie took pictures with her cell phone and said the man sounded very angry.
“He had his clothes on at that point, and then he started standing there with his arms crossed and hollering at the lady at the desk,” Ketchie said.
Apparently feeling like he had no other recourse, he went into action.
“He stood there for a moment and then started taking off his clothes,” Ketchie said.
“I ain’t never seen nothing [like that] in my life.”
Witnesses said the man was on the concourse for nearly an hour before police arrived. The man was facing medical issues, according to WBTV, and will not face charges.
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