Skip to comments.Raging woman kicked off Delta Air Lines flight after throwing a tantrum when she was sat next[tr]
Posted on 02/14/2018 9:22:44 AM PST by simpson96
(Full article title: Raging woman kicked off Delta Air Lines flight after throwing a tantrum when she was sat next to a mum and baby)
(snip) Video of the drama was shared on social media by Marissa Rundell who was on the flight to Syracuse, New York, on February 6.
The 19-year-old who was travelling with her eight-month-old son Mason said the woman started shouting and swearing after boarding the aircraft last.
She told the Daily Mail the unidentified woman slammed down her bags and starting ranting that it was f***ing ridiculous that she had to sit at the back of the plane.
Marissa claims she asked the irate passenger to mind her language around her son, but she ignored her.
When she asked again, the mum claims the woman told her to shut the f*** up and shove it.
A stewardess then came over to try and calm the situation, at which point the passenger started to complain about having to sit next to a crying baby.
The flight attendant can be heard in the clip offering to seat the woman on the following flight.
But the customer refuses, instead asking for the staff members name.
When she replies that she is called Tabitha, the woman can be heard saying: Thank you Tabitha, you may not have a job, tomorrow.
At this point the flight attendant turns to someone off-screen and says: I want this lady off my flight.
The angry passenger then suddenly changes her tune, apologising and begging to be allowed to stay on board.
But it did no good and she was reportedly forced to leave the plane,
(Excerpt) Read more at thesun.co.uk ...
You make an excellent point which I didn’t consider. But that’s modern day people for you...
no kidding....2 women today gave me the finger....OLDER WOMEN...both swerving in my lane!
Not to defend her excessive complaining in a rude manner but as a frequent traveler I can say that the airport/airplane experience can be stressful. If there were other seats available they could have tried to reseat this lady. She did apologize and mentioned she was stressed so I dont think she should have been kicked off the flight. The airlines in America rather suck. A flight attendant once tried to throw me off a flight for something so minor an irritation as to why she couldnt put a small bag in the overhead for me by request instead of making me do it but the captain overuled her once he spoke with me. Anyway flying sucks mostly.
I don’t get the reference.
Cute mom with a cute baby - I’d love to sit by them. Psycho-freak leftist brat? I don’t want her on the same planet as I’m on.
Bill Cosby routine.
Yes Cosby is slime, but if you watch it was a funny routine.
Who caused more commotion on that trip, the little boy or the foul-mouthed woman?
If it had been two men, they would have come to blows with, perhaps, one chewing the ear off the other. Let’s get real here.
Some of these snowflakes truly think they should go through life without “stress.” Totally delusional. The only way to not have stress in some form is to be dead.
While this woman’s (and I use the term loosely) actions were over the top, rude and just plain uncivilized, I can at least sympathize somewhat.
Last time I flew back from Europe, Paris to Atlanta, a 7-8 hour flight, there was a crying child on the flight that cried practically non-stop. I was two rows back and across the aisle from them and it was annoying to say the least..................
I would feel lucky to sit by such a nice mother and her little gentle men of a son... not having a family makes me love to watch and interact with kids and there parents. nothing makes a young mother smile more the complementing her on her baby. children are gods Blessing and it is a piss poor person that does not see that.
Surely this woman never, ever cried when she was a baby. /s
Yes, it is, unfortunately.
Babies (and toddlers) are lot more cute in photographs than they are in person.
Remember that the ears of children are very sensitive to changes in air pressure and for some it is very painful. Too bad they have to endure a seven hour flight in pain. Would you?
I’m not making excuses for the supposedly postmenopausal woman but it probably was due to her having to sit next to a crying child not some maternal envy theory that so appeals to some guys here.
It’s the result of liberals always promoting the “I, Me, Mine” culture. Truly sickening.
No question man can be jerks.
But all men realize that a confrontation CAN turn into shoving, which CAN turn into swinging fists.
And sometimes it does. But most of the time, a man will realize that “this is getting out of control” and the man will back down a little because he SEES the line and does not want to cross the line.
It’s totally different with women. There IS no line. No one was going to punch this woman. She felt that she could yell, and curse, and force her way to victory in that situation. She was “all in” and nothing was going to make her back down.
Sure, the airline made her realize that they actually had the power in that situation, but she apparently had not considered that possibility. With men, we ALWAYS consider the possibility that we just might push it too far and come to regret it. That (sometimes) keeps us in check.
I maintain that women in our society today are very often totally out of control.
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