TRAVELLERS were left fuming when a nightmare passenger caused their plane to be diverted after he had a meltdown over being served the wrong meal – but they got their revenge.
Video shows theberating staff on the United Airlines flight headed from Houston to Amsterdam before they were forced to land Chicago three hours after take off.
Passengers were raging at his antics, but they got their sweet revenge when the man was escorted away by cops when they finally landed.
The man, dressed in a black and white shirt is seen standing up shouting “f**k you” at staff while his fellow passengers watch on in shock.
He went on: “I’ve been a United flyer for a long time. I paid £1,000 bucks for my way.
“I don’t want to comply with anything because…whenever the government and the regulations tell me, that’s where I need to be.
“You’re a d**che. You know it though. You know you’re a d**che.”
Another passenger, who posted the clip on TikTok, said: “We got to stop in Chicago to let this superguy off the plane.
“He continued to laugh and antagonize the United crew after these, and they handled it with such calm!”
A second video shows the man being confronted by police after he was kicked off the plane in Chicago.
He said: “He said: ‘I am a regular traveller like everybody else, but I decided because I have injuries that I’m going to take a 9.5 hour flight to Amsterdam, and I’m going to pay the extra $1,000.
“And all I wanted to do was get a meal.
“You can take me wherever you want. Am I under arrest? What are you going to do? Who are you anyway?”
While he filmed the cops on his phone he continued: “I would love for you to be on Fox News.
“Why do you think that one of your flight attendants is able to decide that I don’t get to be treated like everybody else?”
A United Airlines spokesperson said: “United flight 20 from George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Amsterdam diverted to O’Hare International Airport and landed safely following a passenger disturbance.
“Law enforcement met the aircraft at the gate and escorted the passenger off the plane. The aircraft then continued to Amsterdam.”