Carrot Top Was Onboard With the Woman Who Caused a Ruckus Over a Ghost

by Anthony Losanno
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On Tuesday, I wrote about a woman who stormed off a flight after claiming that she was not flying seated next to someone who “is not real.” Some speculated the woman was drunk, on another substance, had mental health issues, actually saw a ghost, or that something else happened altogether. Whatever the reason, her tantrum caused the flight to be deplaned and searched. Once no real threat was found, it continued onto Orlando International Airport (MCO).


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Here is the original video, in case you missed it.

Apparently, Carrot Top (a comedian who has headlined in Las Vegas since 2005) was on the flight and has reported on the experience on Instagram.

In a second video, he claims that she caused a scene because “she lost her earbud.” Some commenters on other sites have claimed that she was looking for her missing AirPods and caused the scene so that she would have time to find them.

In a third video, Carrot Top claims the flight was delayed five hours, but that he made it home.

Anthony’s Take: Whatever the reason, the meltdown was pretty severe and her threat was ominous enough to cause American Airlines to deplane and search the aircraft. Luckily, nothing was found.

(Featured Image Credit: Carrot Top/Instagram.)

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