Covid 19 coronavirus: Airline bans man who ‘killed Osama bin Laden’ after anti-mask tweet

A former Navy Seal who said he killed Osama bin Laden has been banned by Delta Air Lines after a controversial social media post showed he had removed his face mask during a flight.

Earlier this week, Robert O’Neill tweeted “I’m not a p***y” alongside a photo of himself smiling in his plane seat not wearing a mask on a Delta Connection flight Wednesday from Minneapolis to Newark, New Jersey.

Other passengers in the photo, including a man across the aisle who was wearing a Marine Corps hat, were wearing masks.

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On Thursday, O’Neill tweeted about the ban, which the airline later confirmed.

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