In total WTF news today, YouTube star Adam Saleh posted a video to his Facebook page which shows him and a friend getting kicked off their Delta Airlines flight after speaking Arabic to each other and on the phone. While Delta has regularly ranked high on safety, the airline gets low marks for customer satisfaction. But while usually people might complain about the frustrations of lost luggage, being kicked off a plane for speaking Arabic, well, that鈥檚 a new low.

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Posted by Adam Saleh on Wednesday, December 21, 2016

In the video, posted to Adam鈥檚 Facebook page, we see the two men being escorted off the plane by flight attendants while a number of passengers yell, 鈥淏YE!鈥 According to Adam Salah, he鈥檇 called his mother to tell her he had boarded, which made white men around him uncomfortable. They were uncomfortable, he said, because he was speaking Arabic.

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The fact that people can鈥檛 even speak another language in public these days is pretty terrifying. Even more so, that only one person on board the flight seems to be speaking up on Adam鈥檚 behalf and that the flight attendants took it upon themselves to remove the two men from the airplane. What they should have done was tell the men who felt uncomfy that they should just get over themselves.

Adam Saleh has a huge YouTube channel where he pulls practical jokes and stunts on camera. While the prankster is most well known for tricking his hapless family (always with love), his Delta video isn鈥檛 a joke. He鈥檚 talked about his travel woes before, including when he was stopped at Heathrow in London for a 鈥渞andom鈥 security check, but this is some next-level racism.

Delta hasn鈥檛 responded to the video yet, but we鈥檙e suspecting that they鈥檙e scrambling to figure out how to respond to an internet star being booted from an airline right before the holidays.

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