Transcript for Delta kicks passenger off flight for restroom use
this throughout the morning. To that new plane incident, this time on a delta flight. Every passenger was forced to deplane while one got up to use the bathroom while the plane was sitting on the tarmac. Rebecca Jarvis is here with the details. Reporter: And the hits just keep coming to our friendly skies this morning. New video aboard a delta flight and new changes at united. I need more information, sir. I haven't done anything. I paid for this ticket. Reporter: An entire plane forced back to the gate after a disruption aboard a delta airlines jet traveling from Atlanta to Milwaukee. Fellow passengers filmed KIMA Hamilton, a 39-year-old man being asked to leave the plane by two delta employees after he used the lavatory after the plane was taxiing. I don't understand why I have to get off this plane. I had to use the restroom. Reporter: Hamilton asked a flight attendant for permission to use the restroom while the plane sat on the tarmac for half-hour and was told no. However, mother nature took over, and the man says he quickly got up, used the bathroom and was back in a minute. He was then approached by an attendant and asked to get off the flight to discuss the matter further. We need to discuss this. We are pulled out of the rotation. Reporter: He refused so the entire plane was pulled back to the gate and all passengers made to disembark. Delta airlines said it is im parent that passengers comply with instructions during all phases of flights, especially at the critical points of takeoff and landing. Also this morning united introducing ten new policy changes in the wake of their own video of a passenger being pulled off a plane, including passengers are now going to be given up to $10,000 for voluntarily giving up their seats on overbooked flights. Now I think that passengers are getting a few more rights but the question is how many people are going to be waiting for that $10,000. Buy some tickets. That's a lot of flying, $10,000. Exactly. Thank you, Rebecca.
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