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Ex-NFL Player knocks out United Airlines worker in what seems self defense and gets arrested


A video of an incident that occurred on the Newark Airport surfaced today where an ex-NFL player, assaulted an airline employee after a discussion broke out on the airline’s luggage desk.

At a number of minutes past midnight former NFL player, Brendan Langley was detained by the Recent York Police and he was charged with easy assault.

He was third round pick on the NFL draft

Langley was within the 2017 NFL Draft as a third-round pick from Lamar University, he’s currently playing on the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders.

An update from the Recent York Post mentioned that the passenger was arrested although within the video the airline’s worker was the one who began the confrontation, and tried to hit Langley.

Before there was footage of the confrontation, witnesses described the event

At the bags depository from United Airlines, they began arguing and eventually began pushing after which slapping one another, when the airline worker attempted to hit Langley.

Langley used his instincts and punched the worker within the jaw and it send him straight to the bottom, he fell near the bags band almost hitting his head with it.

Within the video, we will see the hit

The video demonstrated the power to throw a punch on the ex-drafted man, where after the worker got knocked out, he stood up a number of moments later but he was still stumbling and tried to proceed the fight but everyone told them to chill down, then witness says airport police got here to interrupt up the fight.

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