HOUSTON, Texas –
Passengers on a Spirit Airlines flight describe what they saw when a woman melted on the way from Houston to Minneapolis.
Eyewitness video of Passenger Chianti Washington shows a woman hysterically desperately pacing the central aisle of the Minneapolis plane
This happened after the flight in Rochester, Minnesota, made an emergency landing for another passenger in need of medical assistance.
The woman who came to ask for a suspension to get out of the plane, walking up and down the aisle three times, say passengers.
During the intense one-minute, 20-second video, the woman curses, threats her brothers include, and acts unpredictably in front of an airplane full of stunned passengers.
"Get me the F *** out of this (long stream of swear words) plane!" the woman screams. "You want to be (imploringly) and sleeping with me? You'll see how I'm pissed off."
Passenger Frances Andraya tells ABC1
"People were pretty scared, you know, there were several kids in the back of the plane, I do not know about the front of the plane, but I know everyone in the back of the plane was pretty upset," Andraya said ,
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At a point when a male passenger is standing In order to prevent the woman from getting to the top of the plane, she shakes her fist against the man before she lashes out again.
"Do you know who my brothers are? You're fishing naval snipers Want to mess with a fucking marine?" She screams as she approaches the cockpit.
Before escorting the woman from the plane, a stranger tried to comfort her, even making her cry on his lap to silence the woman. The passengers say the woman claimed to be a military veteran, and The passengers think they are suffering from a post-traumatic stress disorder.
"We realized that it was because of all the things she said, like a PTSD episode I'm from this plane, I'm ex-military, you have to contact my family," and after a while as if she were not just a rude passenger, but also a kind of imbalance or stress disorder, "explained Andraya., 19659003] Spirit Airlines released the following statement on ABC13:
Yesterday morning, a Houston flight was required landed in Minneapolis in Rochester, Minnesota, because a guest had a medical emergency On the ground in Rochester another passenger became unpredictable and angry and was removed from the plane with the help of law enforcement, we apologize to our guests who do this and the Safety has top priority at Spirit Airlines
After two hours on the ground the flight went well again Minneapolis. Passengers we spoke to praised the flight crew for not escalating the situation.
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