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WATCH: Woman on United flight goes berserk after being seated between 'two big pigs'

January 29, 2019 - 6:16 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A woman on a Newark-bound bound flight was kicked off an airplane while it was still boarding in Las Vegas after she caused ruckus because she was seated in between two people she deemed overweight -- or "pigs," as she called them.

And, of course, it was all captured on video -- by one of the so-called swine, New Jersey nurse Norma Rodgers.

“Oh my goodness! I don’t know how I’m going to do this for the next four hours!” the woman said into her cellphone at the start of the video, presumably speaking with someone else. 

“This is just impossible ’cause they’re squishing me. Like, just unbelievable. At least they’ll keep me warm,” she continued. “I can’t sit here because they’re both so big on left and right. I can’t even sit here.”

“B—h, please! OK?” Rodgers says.

The irate passenger responds exasperated, “I can’t do this! I eat salad!”

Rodgers then asks a flight attendant, “Excuse me, can you find her another seat? Because I will not be verbally abused by this b—h or anybody else ... I will not be verbally abused by anybody. I’m not tolerating it. I am not starting my new year off with this kind of negativity.”

After passengers attack the woman for being rude, she retorts, “I’m not politically correct. Why don’t you try and sit between those two big pigs?”

Rodgers then bids the woman adieu with, “B—h, kiss my fat a–!”

The woman was eventually escorted off the plane, Rodgers reportedly said in a Facebook post.

A United spokesman told The New York Post in a statement: “United flight attendants care about the safety and well-being of all of our customers which is why they acted quickly to find a different seat for the disruptive customer. When it became clear that this passenger’s behavior was likely to be problematic on this flight, she was provided alternate travel arrangements first thing the next morning.”