An angry homophobic man attacked a gay passenger at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport over the weekend, and a group of bystanders came to the man’s rescue. The group of travelers subdued the angry and unruly attacker until police could arrive and arrest him.

WARNING: The video in this story features brutal fighting and foul language.

At first the man starts yelling, and another man in a cowboy hat tries to intervene. Then things get out of control. The man yellows, “Queers is what I’m upset about! This f—-t right here.”

The homophobic man then kicks and hits the traveler in the pink shirt. Before his actions can go any further, a crowd of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport passengers spring into action, quickly jumping on the attacker and wrestling him to the ground.

As the officers cuff him the man actually smiles, and then explains in his own homophobic way why he chose to attack the man: “Let me tell you the reason why I did it: Because this is America, that’s why.” The two black officers are then verbally assaulted as the man appears to say, “the same reason you get to live and breathe and walk black.”

Even as he is being cuffed the man, who appears to be possibly intoxicated, continues to threaten the gay man.

The video was captured by Andrew Kennedy who asked his brother Neal Kennedy to chime in on what they just saw. According to Neal, “We saw a very troubled man. We hope that he was under the influence of some kind of substance — because if he wasn’t and that’s his true personality then he’s going to have a very long road in front of him.”

Thankfully the crowd of good samaritans were there to take down the homophobic man before he could cause any further hard to the innocent bystander.

The attackers identity has not been revealed at this time, as a police report was not made immediately available to the public.

Do you think this unruly passenger needs to be added to the no-fly list?