American Airlines Flight Attendant Fired for Parody Videos

I’ve done a few parody videos on the blog. Here’s the fallout from another one.


If you want to keep your job, you probably shouldn’t post videos online making fun of your bosses, right? An American Airlines flight attendant from Miami had to learn that the hard way.

Gailen David, who had been with American Airlines for 24 years, posted a series of videos on YouTube, NBC Miami reports. In the videos, he’s dressed in drag as the “Aluminum Lady” and parodies the airline’s financial situation and memos they receive from airline executives.

Not surprisingly, American Airlines fired David this past Wednesday, though they claim reasons apart from the videos as the basis for his termination, saying he published passenger flight details. David says that his videos are the real reason he was let go.

(MORE:American Airlines: Bankrupt Companies Are Healthier Than They Used to Be)

A look through the videos reveal that David isn’t so much an attempt to defame his…

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