Fox News host Bill O'Reilly laughed on his show, "The O'Reilly Factor," Monday night about the brutal incident that took place at the United Airlines. A male passenger was beaten by police officers as they dragged him off the overbooked flight in Chicago the day before.

"I shouldn't be laughing, but it's just so bizarre," O'Reilly said to Fox News correspondent Rob Schmitt as the incident played on the screen.

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"They had to get some United Airlines personnel from Chicago to Louisville ... they had to get them there and so they asked for volunteers, and obviously, this guy didn't volunteer," O'Reilly said in between laughs.

It wasn’t until toward the end of the segment, O'Reilly became a tad bit more serious. "Can't have this kind of stuff, it looks like a police state," he said.

Unlike O'Reilly, social media users did not find the incident humorous at all. Here are some of their reactions towards the pundit: 

The unidentified man was already on United Flight 3411 Sunday night when three Chicago O'Hare Airport officers dragged the Asian man through the aisle, pulling him out of his seat by his arms on a Kentucky-bound flight.

He screamed in agony as he bled from the mouth. "Just kill me, just kill me," he yelled.

The airline announced some of its employees needed to be in Louisville to board a connecting flight, so they asked some passengers to give up their seats for the airline employees. 

Many people were upset at what was shown in the viral video. The incident even sparked the hashtag #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos on Twitter:

O’Reilly is already facing scrutiny for past sexual harassment claims thrown against him.

Earlier this month, at least six women have reached settlements with Fox News after accusing O'Reilly of making sexual advances toward them, according to the New York Daily News.

Although the longtime primetime host has denied the accusation, he allegedly paid $13 million to settle sexual harassment claims in the past, The New York Times reported. To date, about 60 companies reportedly removed their commercials from O'Reilly's time slot. But it didn’t affect the viewers on his show. The show brought more than 3.76 million viewers April 4, which was a 20 percent increase from the week before, according to data from Nielsen Media Research, cited by Variety last week.