The chemical engineer who flung homophobic insults on an airplane was also dropping a slew of other racist words, including the N-word… which landed him in a brawl
Zachary Easterly, the now unemployed ex-GlaxoSmithKline employee, referred to racism in the first video of him freaking out and now TMZ has found proof. TMZ acquired new video of him on Tuesday throwing the offensive terms around like it was a frisbee.
This clip begins with him being shuttled off the aircraft, and he’s basically slangin’ the N-word left and right, in front of Black airline employees/
As some others hear him on his way out – now entering the airport’s main terminal area – he begins to be accosted and confronted by outraged bystanders… who tell him to watch his mouth or face the consequences. When he chose the latter and all hell erupted.
At one point, 2 men are seen tussling with Easterly, and they even pin him on the ground, apparently in an attempt to get a citizen’s arrest, you can hear them talking about police/security. It’s uncertain whether Easterly was ever arrested or detained. According to the Philadelphia Police Department, they are investigating whether or not a case has been opened in this matter.
What we do know is that he’s unemployed because GSK fired him fairly soon after the footage went viral. Once a proud chemist, now some internet douche.