The chemical engineer who threw homophobic slander into an airplane also dropped a bunch of other bigoted bombs — namely, the N-word … which got him into a fight.
Zachary Easter — the now fired, ex-GlaxoSmithKline employee — alluded to being racist in the first video we got of him panicking… and now we have the proof. Here’s a new video, obtained by TMZ, of him tossing the epithet around on Tuesday like it was a Frisbee.
This clip picks up on him being escorted out of the plane, and he literally drops the N-word left and right — no less for the black airline employees — without any shame.
As others hear him on his way out — as he enters the main airport terminal — he begins to be accosted and confronted by outraged bystanders…who tell him to watch his mouth, or bear the consequences . He chose the latter and all hell broke loose.
At one point, we see two men grappling with Easterly, and they even push him to the ground — apparently in an attempt to arrest a civilian… you can hear them talking about police/security. However, it is unclear whether Easterly was ever detained or arrested. Philadelphia PD tells us they are investigating whether a case has been opened in this case or not.
What we do know is that he doesn’t have a job… as GSK canned this guy shortly after the video was posted and went viral. Once a proud chemist, now a jerk on the internet.
Easterly had suggested that he was slightly drunk in the process, but that’s clearly no excuse… it sounds like he got some stuff off his chest that he’d been holding on for a long time.
Good luck taking a job, mate.