A New York man says he and his friend were ejected from a Delta flight before departure from Heathrow Airport for speaking Arabic. "I spoke a word, a different language, and you say you feel uncomfortable?" the man, Adam Saleh, says in a video he recorded as he was being removed from the plane. "Are you serious? I'm about to cry right now. It's six white people against us bearded men." Saleh posted the video to Twitter this morning; it's already been retweeted over 125,000 times.

The incident happened aboard a Delta plane before its scheduled departure from Heathrow airport at 11 a.m. London time. Delta issued a statement this morning saying, "Two customers were removed from this flight and later rebooked after a disturbance in the cabin resulted in more than 20 customers expressing their discomfort. We're conducting a full review to understand what transpired. We are taking allegations of discrimination very seriously; our culture requires treating others with respect."

In a subsequent Twitter Periscope video, Saleh says that he and his friend were told they were "kind of loud" and "people didn't like it." Saleh maintains that they "weren't loud" and that he and his friend should have at least been given a warning before being removed.

Saleh, a self-described "professional idiot," has over 2 million subscribers on YouTube. Earlier this month, he posted a video claiming that he packed himself into a suitcase and illegally flew in the baggage hold from Melbourne to Sydney. He later admitted the video was a prank.

Delta faced a backlash in August when a Muslim couple was removed from a flight in Paris because a crew member said their presence made her uncomfortable. And in November, Delta issued a public apology after employees failed to intervene as a Delta passenger stood up before a flight to deliver a pro-Trump rant and mock "Hillary bitches." Last month, the Times looked at the "complications" which many Muslim travelers face when flying.

The original flight that Saleh and his friend were ejected from is expected to arrive at JFK around 2:45 p.m. We'll update as more information becomes available. In the meantime, the #BoycottDelta hashtag is getting a lot of use on Twitter this morning.

Update 9:50 a.m.: Someone claiming to be on Saleh's original flight tweeted this: