Entitled First Class Passenger Assaults Flight Attendant and is Shocked Once Arrested

by Anthony Losanno
AA Drunk Passenger

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A 23-year-old First Class passenger was flying to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on American Airlines. She was served one drink on the plane and then became aggressive with flight attendants. Her outburst continued with her throwing her bag at the flight attendants while a litany of swears was aimed at these employees.

Law enforcement was waiting for the aircraft in the jet bridge and boarded the aircraft when it landed. The passenger was seated in 1A and police asked one of the flight attendants to escort her off. She did not feel comfortable doing so and the woman deplaned on her own. Police questioned her once off the aircraft and placed her under arrest.

Once arrested she became increasingly agitated and was annoyed that she could not make a phone call to the person who was picking her up at the airport. She was to be held for four hours until she was sober and could then make phone calls. Once she realizes that she is going to be placed in a holding cell, she freaks out.

Anthony’s Take: Planes and alcohol do not mix. When people are flying they need to keep their drinking in check as the outcome is rarely good.

(H/T: Live and Let’s Fly.)

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