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A woman, high on mushrooms, stripped down and began attacking passengers last week at Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL). The woman was eventually arrested, but not before wreaking havoc in the airport.
According to local media, the woman went to a party where she consumed alcohol and psychedelic mushrooms. She left the party and went to the airport where she got naked and began her rampage.
🇨🇱Santiago Airport, Chile. A naked woman walks through the airport and begins attacking passengers at the airport. pic.twitter.com/86TVDeF4v9
— GlobalNews (@YvesUitGent) November 19, 2023
Police tried to arrest her, but she also attacked them and managed to slap a police officer in the face. She was eventually subdued and now faces criminal charges. Her identity has not been released but it has been stated that she is in her 20s. Thankfully, this woman was restrained before she did any further damage or seriously injured anyone else or herself.
This is not the only time that mushrooms have led to issues with air travel. An off-duty Alaska Airlines pilot was arrested last month after he tried to crash flight AS2059 between Seattle Paine Field International Airport (PAE) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (more here). He has admitted to also taking psychedelic mushrooms and now faces 167 charges including attempting to murder the 83 people who were onboard.
Anthony’s Take: If you’re going to experiment with psychedelics, do so with someone you trust that can help make sure you stay safe and out of trouble. This woman is likely going to regret this trip.
(Featured Image Credit: @YvesUitGent.)
(H/T: Live and Let’s Fly.)
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