Flying High: Passenger Filmed Using Cocaine on American Airlines Flight

by Anthony Losanno

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An American Airlines passenger is taking flying high to new heights by openly using cocaine (or another powdered drug) in flight. A fellow passenger caught the brazen display on the short video below.

Airports and airplanes are a lawless place. 💀
by u/TrulyMango in americanairlines

Off the Beaten Points first shared the video. It shows a male passenger nonchalantly snorting a white powder. He could have at least taken it to the lavatory. It’s pretty brazen that he went through security with a seemingly controlled substance.

Anthony’s Take: We’ve seen plenty of fighting, fat shaming, and drunk passengers, but this is the first time I remember seeing a passenger openly use drugs in flight. It will be interesting to see if there are any consequences here.

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Adj June 3, 2023 - 2:59 am

Theybare notnplus sized. They are morbidly obese people that need to buy 2 seats. If I were sandwiched inbetween two cattle, i would hvae moved without asking. Its funny how the over weight person is the victim. Lizzo brain

Ray June 3, 2023 - 8:56 am

When I fly, I always pray that a normal sized person has booked the seat next to me: I’m not into fat shaming: I just want my own space! If you’re too large for one seat, buy two..or fly business!


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