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Frontier Airlines flight F9 1161 from Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to Denver International Airport (DEN) ended up diverting to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on November 16th after a “possessed” female passenger had a meltdown and another passenger preached about the devil.
Members of the flight crew and other passengers attempted to restrain the woman as she screamed, walked down the aisle, and attempted to jump over seats. While this was ongoing, another female passenger took the opportunity to preach about the devil and salvation. She might have been ready to perform an exorcism, but the video ends and the plane diverts. She says in the video:
This does not happen for no reason…there’s a real devil that wants to kill each and every one of y’all, including your family members. That’s not her. She’s possessed and she needs help.”
The “possessed” woman was allegedly taking her first flight alone. What caused her to act out (other than potential nerves around flying solo) is unknown. She sobs, she swears, and she even attempts to strike the crew a few times. Towards the end of the video, a third woman joins the melee and starts screaming about how she’s going to make it home.
Anthony’s Take: Fear of flying or taking your first plane trip alone should not cause this much drama. Some substance or mental health issues are likely at play here. In situations like this, things only get worse when other passengers feel the need to add to the chaos.
(Featured Image Credit: Leyla Silva (@butterflybeauty.444) via Facebook.)
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