Travelers are so angry they're cutting up their United cards

CHICAGO, IL - APRIL 12:  Passengers arrive for flights at the United Airlines terminal at O'Hare International Airport on April 12, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. United Airlines has been struggling to repair their corporate image after a cell phone video was released showing a passenger being dragged from his seat and bloodied by airport police after he refused to leave a reportedly overbooked flight that was preparing to fly from Chicago to Louisville.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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  • United flyers cut up their credit cards and frequent flyer cards in protest
  • Public outrage continues after a passenger was dragged screaming off a flight

(CNN)Snip, snip, snip the scissors went, cutting up United-Chase credit cards and frequent flyer member cards.

The public outrage flared on social media after a passenger was dragged off a United flight at Chicago O'Hare Airport.
Aninda Sadhukhan visited his shredder to dispose of his United MileagePlus Explorer card with Chase Bank on Monday night after he canceled the account. It's a potential travel sacrifice for the IT auditor, who lives in Indianapolis and and flies United frequently.
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