The ex-Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden and bragged on Twitter about not carrying a “dumb-ass” masks on a Delta flight has been banned from the airline, he mentioned Thursday.
“I simply acquired banned from @Delta for posting an image. Wow,” Robert O’Neill, 44, tweeted.
The transfer comes a day after he tweeted a smiling, mask-less selfie from his seat with the caption, “I’m not a p–y.”
A lot of O’Neill’s Twitter followers took the publish as a direct dig on the solely different individual within the picture: an older man carrying a US Marine Corps hat and a masks.
The previous SEAL Crew Six member later took the picture down — on the urging of his spouse, he claimed — and in addition insisted he all the time wears a masks and that the tweet was “a joke.”
“This was not a dig on the Marine behind me. I really like Marines…,” he wrote in another tweet linking to an article in The Put up.
Delta confirmed O’Neill is not welcome aboard.
“A part of each buyer’s dedication previous to touring on Delta is the requirement to acknowledge our up to date journey insurance policies, which incorporates carrying a masks,” the airline mentioned in an announcement.
“Failure to adjust to our mask-wearing mandate may end up in dropping the power to fly Delta sooner or later.”
The Montana native fired three pictures into the al Qaeda chief’s head through the Could 2011 raid on his Pakistan hideout.