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An airport worker in Nice, France threw a left hook into the face of a passenger holding a baby. The passenger reportedly had complained about some aspects of the delay. According to the photographer, the French worker just smiled, and then swung his fist at the man’s face. It seems the airport staff in Nice aren’t always that nice.

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Both were removed from the scene, but easyJet eventually allowed the assaulted man to board the flight, to the cheers of his fellow passengers who had demanded he be put on the plane.

What’s up with easyJet?

This incident comes on the heels of another easyJet mishap where a minor was de-planed for no reason other than the flight was oversold and *someone* had to give up their seat [SEE: Unaccompanied 15-year old bumper from flight…that was easy(Jet)]. C’mon kid. Get off my plane.

I’m surprised this incident didn’t occur the other way around. I’d be extremely upset after a 14-hour delay.

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