Everyone loves their furry friends and wants to keep them close while traveling, but not at the cost of flouting rules. A woman’s unexpected response to a flight attendant reportedly asking her to move her puppy from her lap has been caught on video.
In the viral video, a female passenger on a Delta flight could be seen engaging in a violent spat with the cabin crew and fellow passengers.
Passenger creates ruckus in Atlanta—New York Flight:
One Reddit user shared the two-minute video, claiming it was recorded during their wife’s flight from Atlanta to New York.
The woman can be seen acting furiously to the announcement that she must leave, asking whether it was because the dog was on her lap, and behaving as if she doesn’t understand why it’s a problem.
The other passengers witness the altercation on video as a female passenger tells the staff members attempting to remove her, “We are about to fight then.”
Even though the staff assured her she would receive a full refund, she became visibly agitated and aggressive as she refused to disembark.
“I didn’t f – – king do anything to you guys,” she says, claiming she is 12 hours late to her destination.
“Because you couldn’t let my dog sit on my f – – king lap,” she screams, as the flight attendant says, “Ma’am, let’s go.”
The woman then bursts into a violent outburst:
In the video, the woman yells angrily at those recording her and the onboard crew.
“F – – k you. F – – k all of you,” she hollers as fellow passengers tell her to get off the flight. The dispute intensifies when the woman is packing her items in a bag, and a passenger shouts, “Get off the plane.”
She reacted by hurling a water bottle at the passenger who was recording her, saying, “Turn your f – -king phone off.”
The crew said they would investigate after finding that she allegedly assaulted a passenger with the bottle.
While talking to The Post, A spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Department claimed that the officers “did respond, but the call was cleared without incident as the parties involved declined to prosecute.