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Enzo Amore kicked off flight for vaping


Former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore (real name Eric Arndt) was kicked off a flight from New York to Los Angeles before takeoff on Thursday.

Pro Wrestling Sheet and TMZ reported that Amore was kicked off the Delta Airlines flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport for vaping on the plane, with Pro Wrestling Sheet noting that Amore wouldn't follow instructions from flight attendants when he was told to stop vaping.

TMZ reported that Port Authority police were called to the plane but didn't arrest Amore. TMZ's report also states that Delta refused to put Amore on another flight.

Amore was released from WWE in January after a rape allegation against him was made public, though police concluded their investigation in May and didn't file charges against him. He's been going by the name "Real1" and has been focused on making rap music, with a performance in West Hollywood scheduled for Monday, November 19.

Amore has said he isn't interested in returning to in-ring competition.