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Another day, another passenger acting a bit unhinged. A woman on an American Airlines flight departing from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) ranted about how she was not going to fly as she stormed off the plane. Her reason? A male passenger on board who “is not real” was sitting next to her.
The woman walks to the front of the plane before she loudly exclaims to the entire aircraft why she’s leaving.
I’m telling you, I’m getting the f**k off and there’s a reason why I’m getting the f**k off and everyone can either believe it or they can not believe it! I don’t give two f**ks, but I am telling you right now – that m*****f****g back there is not real. And, you can sit on this plane and you can die with them or not. I’m not going to.”
The original video has been taken down, but it was on TikTok, so it’s now been reposted tons of times. I posted one that was not edited or turned into a “duet” (where someone comments alongside the video) above. People have hashtagged the video #drunkonaplane, but this passenger does not seem intoxicated.
The original poster @texaskansasnnn noted:
- The entire aircraft was deplaned
- The woman was not arrested
- She was allowed back through security after the incident
While the video does not say the destination of this flight, it’s since been revealed that it was headed to Orlando.
Either this passenger is hallucinating, unhinged for some other reason, or she saw something supernatural onboard this American Airlines flight. The video poses more questions than answers. I’m not sure I would have felt comfortable flying after her ominous warning.
Anthony’s Take: If this passenger is suffering from mental illness, she’ll hopefully get the help she needs. If not, who or what was the ghostly passenger she saw seated next to her?
(H/T: View from the Wing.)
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