The story of a passenger being forcibly removed from an overbooked United Airlines flight just keeps getting worse for the airline, as these bloody videos show.

More passenger shot video has been released of the forcible removal of a passenger who wouldn't give up his seat on this overbooked flight. As reported here earlier today (4/10), the man who claimed to be a doctor refused to take a later flight due to his schedule requiring him to visit with some of his patients at his hospital upon his return.

According to earlier reports, United asked for volunteers to take a later flight so that some of their employees, flying on 'stand-by', could make it to another city to work on a different flight. Am I wrong for thinking this man's patients are more important? And if they asked for volunteers and this man chose not to voluntarily give up his seat, what made them forcibly remove him? I feel like we still don't know the entire story.

Other passengers aboard the flight watched in horror as the man was dragged from his seat and down the aisle towards the front of the plane. In the videos below, he is leaning against the doorway between first class and economy seating and you won't believe what he said.

[H/T: Raw Story]