SEAL who bravely killed Bin Laden kicked off plane for being drunk

Matt Saintsing
February 26, 2018 - 2:54 pm

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kelsey L. Adams/Released


The Navy SEAL credited with firing the shot that killed Osama Bin Laden was removed from a plane on Sunday, for his drunkeness and yelling at some of the crew. 

The decorated former special operator “called an (American Airlines) employee a vile name and eventually passed out,” before regaining consciousness.

According to TMZ, once he awakened, a flight attendant ordered him off the plane, but O'Neill became “belligerent and loud.” Law enforcement ended up escorting him off the plane.

But, I mean, come on. He's one of the very few people who has done anything to ensure American planes can fly peacefully around the world. And, how exactly, can the airline really call themselves "American Airlines" since they kicked-off someone who willingly went into harms way just because he may have had a tad too much? 

O’Neill had delivered a speech at CPAC on Saturday, where he detailed his time as a SEAL while deployed to the Middle East. 

And while the SEAL who reportedly killed one of the most —if not the most—wanted people on the planet while on a secret mission to Pakistan in May of 2011, he has yet to comment on this incident publically.

His wife, however, did post this tweet in the early hours of Monday morning.

Look, people make mistakes, and we’ve ALL had times when we’ve had just a bit too much to drink.