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United Airlines Shocking Passenger Beatdown By Random Victim Calculator

Posted by Stars And Bars™
Passengers boarding United Flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville were told it was overbooked. The airline offered $400 and a hotel stay to people who would switch flights voluntarily, but there were no takers. Then, when all the seats were occupied, the airline announced that four seats were needed for a United crew who had to be in Louisville the next morning. The offer for volunteers was doubled to $800 and one couple agreed to switch. Nobody else followed. A manager announced that 'a computer would choose who had to go.' Police then came on board and instructed the passenger, a Doctor, he had to give up his seat to someone else. This computer is now known as the Random Victim Calculator.
Posted April 11
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