Thrown off ‘for now reason’ by armed police: F1 team ordered off Air Canada flight

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Thrown off ‘for now reason’ by armed police: F1 team ordered off Air Canada flight” – below is their description.

Jordan Conlan, 28, and his workmates including a pregnant woman were ejected just before the Heathrow-bound plane left Montreal after last weekend’s Grand Prix in the city. MailOnline revealed yesterday how at least 25 passengers were thrown off without being given any proper explanation. They were later told in the terminal that they may have been either been drunk or not obeying mask-wearing rules, although all of them insisted they had done nothing wrong. Air Canada has admitted it is investigating ‘allegations’ that some of the passengers were thrown off the plane in error as it sat on the tarmac before taking off.

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