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The American Airlines’ passenger that I wrote about in July for her onboard rant concerning a man she was seated next to being “not real” has issued an apology video.
When the video first surfaced, everyone wanted to know what she saw that caused the outburst. It ended up being that she caused a scene because she had gotten into an argument with her family over missing AirPods. That made her storm off the plane, but not before telling everyone onboard that they would die if they remained on the plane. A version of the video is above.
I apologize and take accountability for my actions, they were uncalled for. My very worst moment was captured on video. Although the memes have been amusing, the flipside has been cruel. I’m thankful for my friends and family for supporting me through this. This experience has… pic.twitter.com/0AfQcaEzj0
— Tiffany Gomas (@Tiffany_Gomas) August 13, 2023
The video apology has the 28-year-old marketing executive from Lakewood, TX express remorse for her language (especially around children). She still does not offer a full explanation of what happened or why she claimed that a man seated near her was “not real.”
Anthony’s Take: No one, other than the passengers inconvenienced by the delay she caused, needs an apology here. I think people (like me) are more interested in what she was thinking and what drove her to deplane in such a frenzy.
(H/T: View from the Wing.)
(Featured Image: Tiffany Gomas via Twitter.)
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