LOS ANGELES (CBS SF) — A passenger on a JetBlue flight out of Long Beach, California on Friday has issued an apology after a very public outburst caught on camera, CBS Los Angeles reported.

“I’m standing up for my mistakes,” said passenger David Brackett. “I’m not blaming anybody but myself for the actions that I did.”

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A passenger shot video of the 28-year-old arguing with another passenger who he said threatened to beat him.

In the footage, Brackett is heard saying he makes $4 million. As flight attendants scramble and passengers squirm in their seats, Brackett goes on: “You’re right. I’m a loser. I own six houses.”

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Air marshals escorted Brackett off the plane. Then, passengers demanded the man he was arguing with leave as well.

The men were taken to the Long Beach Police Department where they both tested below the legal blood-alcohol limit. They were released.

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