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United Airlines Employee Fight Video Goes Viral On Twitter, Reddit, and Youtube, Whats Happened Alec Baldwin is discussing a new type of security: workplace security. Follow more updates on CmaTrends

United Airlines Employee Fight Video

Baldwin reacted to the now-viral video of former NFL player Brendan Langley severely assaulting a United Airlines ticketing counter employee.

The anonymous airline employee was hospitalised and eventually terminated, while Langley was later jailed for assault.

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The airline staffer may have made the first approach, according to TMZ, but Baldwin disputed it in online postings.

According to a post on The Shade Room’s Instagram page, Baldwin, 64, remarked on the incident, calling the United Airlines employee a “victim.”

“The victim is a man who works at the airport. Baldwin stated, “He came to work to do a job.” “The other guy, with his loud mouth, is guilty of workplace abuse when people expect safety and even civility at work.” “Whoever hit this person should be put on a no-fly list.”

Baldwin’s remarks come after he killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his film “Rust” by accident. The filming location in New Mexico fined the movie production company about $137,000, the maximum fine, for gun safety violations.

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The Shade Room’s comment section was quick to poke fun at Baldwin’s comments, asking him to “sit this one out.”

The Essence Instagram account commented, “That privilege goes insane.”

“Sir, in YOUR workplace, you shot and killed someone.” Wendy Osefo added in, “Please sit this one out.”

While the actor has denied involvement in the incident, the sheriff in charge of the inquiry has stated that Baldwin is “not off the hook” when it comes to criminal prosecution.

“Based on our investigators’ findings, we had a series of apparent hazards to employees surrounding the usage of weapons and management’s refusal to act on those obvious hazards,” said Bob Genoway, the bureau chief for occupational safety.

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