It's not a funny incident, but this is pretty hilarious!

Jimmy Kimmel spoofed the United Airlines passenger removal scandal on his show last night, and it really highlighted how outrageous the airline's over-the-top procedures were.

"This poor guy, they roughed him up. And the reason they were overbooked is because they were trying to get four United Airlines employees on board. They left him in Louisville," the TV funny man explained.

He went on to cover United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz's email to employees, in which he called the passenger "disruptive" and "belligerent" for refusing to give up his seat on the overbooked flight.

"This is like when we re-accommodated El Chapo in Mexico. That is such sanitized say-nothing, take-no-responsibility corporate BS speak. I don't know how the guy who sent that tweet didn't vomit when he sent that out. … United didn't even admit that they did anything wrong," he continued.

He put together a mock "safety" video from the airlines, and it's seemingly not too far off from their actual policies.

"We're United Airlines. You do what we say, when we say and there won't be a problem, capiche? If we say you fly, you fly. If not, tough s--t. Give us a problem and we’ll drag your ass off the plane, and if you resist, we’ll beat you so badly you'll be using your own face as a flotation device," a fake stewardess says in the clip.

You've gotta watch the whole thing!