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Passenger Kicked Off Aeromexico Flight For Being Gay

According to Univision News  Rodrigo Viadas was waiting for takeoff on Aeromexico flight 473 from Miami to Mexico City when just minutes before the plane left the gate on  off Sunday night because he was gay.

Vtadas tweeted, “They took me off [the plane] like a criminal.”

Viadas states that all of this happened after a passenger complained about him.  The captain never spoke to me,” he tweeted. “They just said ‘a passenger complained.’”

Viadas was escorted off the plane and had to book a hotel in Miami after he was forced off the flight, because the next flight to Mexico City left on Monday morning.


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