A Cape Coral man skipped his mask and used women's underwear to cover his face, so he got kicked off a United Airlines flight last week.

According to Fox 4, Adam Jenne said that he thought the rule that requires people to wear masks on a plane is silly still he decided to follow the rule in an unusual way. His decision to wear a bright red women's underwear was not found funny by the staff members on United Airlines flight 1750 that was flying to Washington, D.C. from Fort Lauderale.

A flight attendant said in a cell phone video recorded by a passenger that they would not allow him to travel. Jenne asked why to which the attendant replied saying that he was "not in mask compliance."

He said that there’s nothing more absurd than having to wear a mask until he gets to cruising altitude so that he can order "Tito’s by the double and snack on pretzels, and illustrating that absurdity by wearing women’s underwear on my face sounds perfect."

He said that many passengers got off the aircraft to support him, so he thanked them. He said that his fellow passengers saw "something, an injustice, something that didn’t make sense, and they stood up."

Later, Jenne got an email from the company saying that he had been banned from United Airlines flights until his case had been reviewed. In a statement, the communications team of United Airlines said that the passenger "wasn’t in compliance with the federal mask mandate" and they appreciate that their team "addressed the issue on the ground prior to takeoff, avoiding any potential disruptions in the air.”

Meanwhile, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the face mask requirement for people across all transportation networks, including airplanes, throughout America throughout March 18, 2022, reported Fox Business.

In a separate incident, last week a conspiracy theorist was kicked off a plane to Dublin while it was stationary at Stansted Airport, England, according to Daily Mail. A video showed the moment the man started talking about COVID-19 and "poisonous" vaccines. He was seen waving his arms to fellow passengers and saying that he has a right and every single person on that plane has a right not to take a test. He said that he doesn't have to take something, "you are being forced. You are being forced into everything, 'take a vaccine, you do this, take a vaccine you do that.'"

He said that it's all control and that "they're controlling the whole world by the one world order, the one agenda." He called the vaccine, a "plan-demic," and asked how many footballers and others has it killed already.

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