Man thrown off flight for wearing g-string mask

December 20, 2021

Apparently, the man did this to protest against COVID regulations.

A man travelling aboard an United Airlines flight was thrown off the plane after refusing to substitute a g-string he was wearing over his face for a real mask.

The man, Adam Jenne of Cape Coral (in Florida), argued that the wearing of masks on flights is “absurd”. He thus decided to wear a g-string as a mask to protest against the mandatory COVID rule.

Replying to the crew aboard the flight who asked him to put on a proper mask, Jenne simply said that the g-string is sufficient according to the black letter law, seeing as it did indeed cover his nose and mouth.

In a video of the incident, a flight attendant can be seen asking the rowdy passenger to disembark the aircraft.

When Jenne asks why the attendant tells him it’s because he is “not in mask compliance”.

Jenne surprisingly did leave the plane without making too much of a fuss after the flight attendant requested that he head back into the airport before the flight would take off.

After he leaves, the video recording captures another man asking why Jenne was kicked off before leaving the plane himself.

“Did he just get kicked off for wearing a mask?” asks the man.

“I’m out of here, forget it. I’m out of here.”

Speaking with WFTX News, Jenne says several passengers left the plane after his ejection, in apparent support of him.

Watch the full video of what transpired below.