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Navy SEAL who killed Bin Laden banned by airline for brag about not wearing mask

An ex-Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden has been banned from an airline after bragging about not wearing a face mask.

Robert O’Neill, 44, was banned from Delta Airlines after posting a picture without a mask with the caption "I'm not a p*ssy."

Yesterday he tweeted: "I just got banned from @Delta for posting a picture. Wow."

Another man could also be seen in the background wearing a mask while in the flight, some Twitter users saw this as a dig.

The photo has now been deleted, reports New York Post.

Delta Airlines confirmed the former SEAL had been banned.

In a statement, the airline wrote: “Part of every customer’s commitment prior to traveling on Delta is the requirement to acknowledge our updated travel policies, which includes wearing a mask.

“Failure to comply with our mask-wearing mandate can result in losing the ability to fly Delta in the future.”

Earlier this year, Osama Bin Laden's shooter admitted he watched President Barack Obama's announcement of the terrorist's death, while eating a breakfast sandwich next to Bin Laden in a body bag.

In the rare interview, Navy Seal Team 6 member Robert J. O’Neill revealed the aftermath of the shocking moments after he shot and killed Osama Bin Laden at a compound in Pakistan.

  • Bin Laden's killer watched Obama announcement while eating next to dead body

Speaking to BroBible's podcast, the Brilliantly Dumb Show, he said: "We have a TV set up, president Obama came out walking, black suit, red tie, the red carpet and he said tonight I can report to the American people and to the world, the United States has conducted a mission that killed Osama Bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda.

“I’m sitting there eating a breakfast sandwich, I hear the president say Osama Bin Laden, I look at Osama Bin Laden and I’m like, how the f*** did I get here from Butte, Montana?”

The 50-minute interview reveals the chilling details about the killer of one of the most sought out terrorists in American history.

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