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    Michael Kerr of Lexington, Ky., had three whiskeys during a flight to Charlotte, on July 21st. Footage shows him becoming impatient in wanting to disembark the plane. An FBI affidavit said it took the pilots and multiple police officers to drag Kerr off the plane after he threatened, shoved, kicked and spat at flight attendants.

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