After declaring that he was the sole Bengals fan aboard a Frontier Airlines flight in Cleveland, an angry customer was detained and removed.

On Wednesday night, while the plane was boarding to go from Cleveland to Phoenix, the man and another passenger got into an argument regarding the Cincinnati Bengals’ Super Bowl matchup with the Los Angeles Rams.

The altercation escalated when an airline employee stepped in and told one of the males he had had too much to drink, causing him to become irate.

The sloshed passenger claimed he was being discriminated against because he may have had too much drink, according to Jason Brake, the passenger who videotaped the incident.

Brake chastised the man for lunging at the staffer, but added that the passenger who choked him was also to blame for the incident’s escalation.

The footage is apparently being reviewed by police, and charges against the unidentified individual are reportedly underway.

“As Flight 2415 scheduled from Cleveland to Phoenix on February 9 was at the gate prior to takeoff, a passenger was behaving disruptively and was asked to exit the aircraft by a gate agent. The passenger became increasingly aggressive, physically assaulting the gate agent. The passenger was subsequently arrested by local enforcement and has been permanently placed on our Prevent Departure list,” a Frontier representative said in a released statement.