MIAMI – A recalcitrant passenger was removed from a Miami to Chicago flight after being brought to authorities by Miami-Dade Police. CBS Miami reports that another passenger on the plane posted the video of the incident on Twitter.
Warning: This Twitter video contains obscenities.
According to American Airlines, there was one "Disagreement" between Jacob Garcia and another passenger while Flight 2446 was still at the gate of Miami International Airport.  The "disagreement" according to the affidavit of arrest began when Garcia inappropriately touched a female passenger without her permission.
Garcia was transferred to another location, but he started shouting and insulting the female passenger and her friend
When flight attendants asked Garcia to get off the plane, he refused.
According to the airline, the crew followed the procedure and began with the removal.
When the Miami Dade police attempted to remove Garcia from the plane p As he tried to shove Garcia off the plane, the police officer said that an officer had forced Garcia to take him off the plane.
The report states that the officer has used his taser 10 times "Due to the actions of Mr. Garcia and the short time of the engagement, Officer Desorches could not get his ECW (Electronic Control Weapon), which caused the number of cycles carry."
When Garcia still refused to get off the plane, officers all carried him out while shouting at the officers and other passengers.
Once in the terminal, the police say, he fell to the ground to prevent the officers' efforts. At the point, police say, Garcia grabbed the handgun of an officer. The officer was able to knock the weapon out of his hand, but Garcia "grabbed the gun again." He did not receive it a second time.
He was arrested and charged with, inter alia, Battery, disorderly Conduct and Resisting Officer.
The plane left an hour too late.
Full statement from American Airlines is below
Sunday night there was a disagreement between two passengers on American Airlines Flight 2446 from Miami to Chicago O'Hare. The plane was still at the gate in Miami and the adjoining passenger was asked by our team members from Miami to split up and he refused. In accordance with our procedures, American began the process of moving the entire aircraft. During this process, a physical altercation took place between the same two passengers. Once the police were in the plane, the passenger became belligerent with the Miami-Dade Police Department officers. The same passenger was subsequently arrested by the law enforcement agency. We will work with the Miami-Dade Police Department on this matter. The flight, which should start at 21.30 clock. ET, departure at 10:34 ET with all other passengers. We thank our crews and the airport's customer service team for their excellent work in this situation.
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