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WWE Superstar Removed From Plane For Being Too Intoxicated

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Bo-Dallas
(Bo Dallas on WWE Raw)

Late Shift host Steven Bell posted on Twitter that WWE Superstar Bo Dallas was removed from a WWE flight from the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport to Mexico for being heavily intoxicated and exhibiting some extremely bizarre behavior.

Bell heard Former NXT Champion Dallas “very loudly singing the Lion King song” while he spoke to his wife. The situation took a turn for the worst when the Pilot approached Dallas who preceded to tell him to “f**k himself” before telling everybody around him the same. He also called Seth Rollins a “dick.”

Dallas was removed from the plane for being intoxicated. Police did arrive at the terminal, but there is no word on if he was formally arrested, although he was escorted from the airport.

Dallas was seen drinking with the Usos and Charlotte in the airport bar prior to their departure to Mexico.

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Aaron Portier
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