William Thomas was seen beating Marisha Sporer twice, according to Denver police . Photo credits: FlyerTalk
The clip, taken on the FlyerTalk air travel site, was filmed on September 14th, shortly after the flight landed at Denver airport.
Both Thomas and Sporer had been in close relationship – but had just split up, TMZ reported.
Between the two there was a dispute over something Sporer saw on Thom as, according to ABC News.
During the stopover, Thomas is filmed as he approaches the aircraft via the jet bridge.
Then he suddenly turns in front of Sporer, who is standing in front of the airplane door.
After making a gesture in their direction, Sporer hit Steward Thomas in the face.
In a fit of rage, Thomas strikes the woman with two blows and binds her with both blows.
A blow hits Sporer's stoma ch while the second hits the side of her head.
Then she reaches for a cell phone with her ribs and head.
Sporer got angry and boarded the plane to confront Thomas.
The Denver Police Department has arrested Thomas and Sporer for domestic violence, TMZ reported.
In a sworn statement, "Sporer got angry and boarded the plane to confront Thomas."
"Sporer grabbed Thomas by the tie and slapped his face open three times.
"Thomas returned the favor by grabbing Sporer and beating her in the ribs with a closed fist." The time of the brawl was later postponed to the following day.
In a statement, Republic Airways said both employees were fired shortly after the fight, accused of murdering five, including three children
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A spokesman said, "We are aware of a situation that hit two of us last month Employee has occurred.
"We have investigated this matter and taken appropriate action that complies with our belief that such behavior is unacceptable.
"These persons are no longer employed in the Republic."
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