Donnie Yen condemns and blacklists United Airlines after son asks, 'Baba, what happened?'

Martial arts star Donnie Yen has spoken up about the incident whereby a 69-year-old passenger was forcibly dragged out from an overbooked United Airlines flight.

The Asian male passenger was left bloodied and dazed during the April 9 altercation, after he hit his head against an elbow rest while being violently removed from his seat.

He has been identified as David Dao, a Vietnamese-American doctor, who did not want to leave the flight because he had to get to patients the following day.

The incident sparked international outrage, with many netizens calling for a boycott of the airline. Trolls as well as United's competitors has had a lot to say too.

Even Donnie Yen's nine-year-old son saw the news on television and horrified, asked, "Baba, what happened?"

The 53-year-old Chinese celebrity wrote in a Facebook post: "How do you teach your children of such uncivilized, injustice, discriminated, publicly and proudly assaulted a 69 year old man, treating him like trash. No one should be treated this way.

"This is unacceptable and need to be condemn. United was never my choice of airline, now they are black listed."

Well, it looks like United Airlines will be losing a lot of customers, both potential and existing ones, after this saga.

According to online reports, United's stocks have been falling in the past week.