Man Strips Naked in Protest After Being Bumped From Jamaica-Bound Flight

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WASHINGTON - APRIL 08:  Airplanes belonging to US Airways and United Airlines stand parked at their gates at Ronald Reagan National Airport April 8, 2010 in Washington, DC. The two airlines are in merger talks once again and if the deal goes through they would form one of the world's largest airlines.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Photo: Chip Somodevilla/2010 Getty Images

A man who was unceremoniously bumped from an overbooked flight to Jamaica on Wednesday stripped off all his clothes in protest. Maybe he was headed to a nude resort?

The unidentified man argued with staff at the U.S. Airways counter at Charlotte Douglas International Airport when they bumped him from his flight. When they refused to arrange a seat for him, he began taking off all his clothes and had to be escorted from the airport naked. No word on whether he ever made it to Jamaica.

Man Protests Overbooked Flight by Stripping