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According to several reports, Spirit Airlines has banned a traveler who triggered an aircraft's smoke alarm after using an e-cigarette.
During a flight to New Orleans, a passenger was arrested for taking a train from an e-cigarette and exhaling into a bag, a flight attendant told the police, according to CNN and NOLA.com.
The smoke The alarm sounded later while the man was in the bathroom.
The 30-year-old American from Florida later claimed against a local sheriff that he did not know that airlines had banned smoking in planes. Jefferson Parish Sherrifs Speaker Capt. Jason Rivarde told CNN that the man was "cooperative" and was not charged.
Another passenger complained to a flight attendant that the same man was hiding several bottles of alcohol "under his jacket" and had been drinking from them during the flight. The police later found that the man was "intoxicated" by both outlets and smelled of alcohol.
USA TODAY asked Spirit Airlines for a comment.
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