United Airlines worker fired after arguing with ex-NFL player at Newark Airport


United Airlines employee caught in horrific video Hit it up with an ex-NFL player The Post has learned that Newark Airport was separated last week.

“United Ground Express has informed us that the employee has been terminated,” an airline rep said in an email, referring to the airline’s carrier.

Viral footage captured the unidentified worker pushing Brendan Langley, 27, of the Denver Broncos, who unleashed a series of blows that sent the employee reeling at around 11 a.m. Thursday.

Next, the uniformed employee puts his Dukes on and proceeds to slap the oversized athlete in the face.

“did you see that -?” Langley shouts at a passerby before throwing a punch that sends the worker to the ground and leaves him bleeding from the head.

The bloodied United worker stumbles to his feet and confronts the footballer again.

“Do you want more? He wants more!” Langley yells at him.

In one of the videos, the United Agent appears to deal the first blow against Langley.
In one of the videos, the United Agent appears to deal the first blow against Langley.

Langley, who now works as a receiver in the Calgary Stampedeers in Canada, was arrested on a charge of petty assault, The port authority told CNN.

It is not clear from the clip who exactly delivered the first blow but the now former airline operator has not been accused in the brawl. According to TMZ.

Another video posted online of the incident surfaced, showing Langley landing on the first strike.

The battle is believed to have begun when Langley used a wheelchair to move his belongings – instead of a $5 baggage cart, The Daily Mail reported.

Brendan Langley played for the Denver Broncos before moving to the Canadian Football League this year.
Brendan Langley played for the Denver Broncos before moving to the Canadian Football League this year.
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Langley take the accident On Twitter, write: “Nothing is out of reach…Worst customer experience in my entire life on Heaven!!!!” Then Claimed in a tweet He was assaulted by the United Worker and was defending himself.

A United representative told The Post in an email on Monday that the company “does not tolerate violence of any kind at our airports or on board our planes, and we are working with local authorities to further investigate this matter.”

Meanwhile, the Canadian Football League’s Calgary Stampeders said they are investigating the accident involving their player.

Brendan Langley made 16 appearances as the Denver Broncos before moving to the Calgary Stampeders.
Brendan Langley made 16 appearances as the Denver Broncos before moving to the Calgary Stampeders.
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“Calgary Stampeders Football Club is aware of the reports regarding Brendan Langley,” the Stampeders family told CNN in a statement.

The team added: “The team is currently looking into the matter in order to know the full details and will not have any further comment until the investigation is complete.”

The University of Georgia star was drafted into the third round of the 2017 draft and appeared 16 times in the NFL before moving to Canada this year.

Langley quickly ousted the United employee as the fight began.
Langley quickly ousted the United employee as the fight began.

The Post has contacted CFL for comment.

The Port Authority police did not respond to any inquiries about possible charges for the fired worker.



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