VIDEO: Delta Passenger Kicked Off Plane For Bathroom Emergency

Look! It's another video showing an airline passenger being removed from a plane. This time it's Delta's turn.

Passenger Kima Hamilton  was on the Milwaukee-bound flight when he was told he had to leave  after he got up from his seat to use the bathroom. Hamilton first asked a  flight attendant to use the bathroom but was told he couldn't get up  because the plane was taxiing to the runway. But after waiting another  30 minutes on the tarmac, and the pilot announcing they were third in  line to take off, he says it became an emergency and really had to go,  so he got up and went.

The rules were made very  clear to him that once the plane leaves the gate, no one is allowed to  get up from their seats. After his bathroom run, the pilot announced  they were returning to the gate to remove a passenger. But once they  returned, Hamilton very calmly refused to get off the flight. He very  calmly told the employee, "I’m not really clear on why I’m being asked  to leave this plane. I purchased this ticket, I had an emergency. I had  to pee. I tried to hold it the first time and you said I absolutely  couldn’t and I’m being kicked off the plane?" After several minutes,  Hamilton finally walked off the plane and was met by an FBI agent. He  was forced to buy a ticket on a Southwest flight and was reimbursed part  of his Delta ticket. 

Delta released a statement  regarding the incident saying, "It is imperative that passengers comply  with crew instructions during all phases of flight, especially at the  critical points of takeoff and landing."


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