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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 ...
I’m stressed, too, but I’m not allowed to throw tantrums in public.
What I learned later was that this child was adopted Romanian by American couple. They could not speak Romanian to try and quiet the child, who was 2-3 years old, and probably frightened.....................
To humiliate the jerk is the main reason.
I will bet the ranch the hell raiser is a Democrat. They are always unhappy about everything.
It’s possible that the baby would have screamed through the entire flight or thrown up or any of a variety of other dismaying outcomes. Or he might have slept the whole time. Babies are unpredictable.
Adults, however, can reasonably be expected to Get a Grip, recognize that it’s not the end of the world, put headphones in, and behave politely.
They are trying to tell you... You should only be in the left lane to pass. Move over and let faster traffic pass on the left.
Hum-drum oblivious cruzing in the hammer lane tends to try the patience of anxious crazies in a hurry to get somewhere.
Good point! What would I rather endure? A childs tantrum or a foul mouthed adults? I will opt for a childs tantrum any day. When a childs tantrum is over, it is over. But the adult will sit there seething hostility.
Yep, mom gets to pick and choose, if it was just randomly taken shots they would tell a different story.
Personally I like sitting next to babies in their carriers, so long as it’s to my right. I’m deaf in that ear and I can hog the armrest without guilt.
If you want a definition of stress, try being a flight attendant.
The way I see it, if anyone gives a flight attendant ANY kind of guff, it should be bye-bye. Let them walk, take a bus, a boat, a train, whatever. That is their problem. But anyone who cannot control their negative opinions or temper on an airplane flight does not belong on an airplane with dozens or hundreds of others who are essentially captives on an aluminum tube shooting through the atmosphere at over 500 miles an hours seven miles in the sky.
My first rule of flying is to always take and use ear plugs. It’s not a baby’s fault they cry it’s typically because they can’t unplug their ears and it is uncomfortable for them.
Before the flight was over, me and that little guy would be great buddies - the little guy would want to make me his honorary grandpa. If he cries incessantly, just deal with it.
There were tears in my eyes by the end of that story.
Doesn’t the airline carry a small, portable plot of grass where she could graze peacefully during the flight?
LOLOL....the rude weeotch tried SO hard to apologize to “Tabitha”, after being such a rude idiot.
Please, Tabitha!!! I apologize. I HAVE to be on this plane!!
Tabitha/Delta: Nope. And....Well, bye!
Glad the sweet baby and mom were able to continue on, without having to sit next to this witch. No telling what danger she posed to them.
Cosby routine from "Himself" way back.
No one wants to sit next to a crying baby on a flight. However, my flying experience with crying babies is that once the plane attains cruising altitude, crying babies typically stop crying and either go to sleep or chill out. I would rather sit next to a crying baby than a morbidly obese adult any day of the week. Or next to a third-worlder or European for whom deodorant use would be a new experience. Or maybe the complainer should have chosen to fly another airline like Southwest which allows you to pick your own seats. I never had a seat neighbor problem on a Southwest flight.
She looks like a lefty.
You sound like you’ve developed some sexual theory based on a minute of a Jordan Peterson video or an on-line lecture from MGTOW - that community so beloved by divorced male freepers.
So men ALWAYS!!! consider things, huh? Tell that to the sentencing judges.
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