Skip to comments.‘Demonic’ child screams and rampages throughout eight hour flight (video)
Posted on 02/15/2018 8:53:38 AM PST by simpson96
A passenger on a flight from Germany to New York documented a childs eight-hour-long tantrum.
The man began filming the three-year-old climbing on seats and screaming before the Lufthansa flight had even taken off.
The footage was uploaded to YouTube by Shane Townley with the title: Demonic child screams and runs through an 8 hour flight.
He writes: Watch as this kid runs and screams throughout the entire flight while the mother does little to nothing to stop him. 3 years old on a 8 hour flight from Germany to Newark NJ. He never quits!
The footage begins with the boys mother asking Delta staff for the WiFi to be switched on to distract the child with an iPad but the flight attendant replies that the WiFi is not available yet.
However, once the flight is underway and the WiFi has been enabled, the little boys tantrum continues.
At one point, the child sits on top of the seats, hitting the ceiling of the plane with his fists, while his mother asks him to sit and begs him to calm down.
A fellow passenger can be heard saying that poor woman as the mother struggles to control her unruly toddler.
Half way through the flight, the little boy can be seen running up and down the aisle of the plane screaming and shouting.
Other passengers can be seen covering their ears to try and drown out the toddler.(snip)
As the flight continues, Shane gives hourly updates documenting the journey with captions on the screen.
He writes: Hour 2. Demonic screams take over the plane.
When the plane finally arrives in Newark Airport, passengers looked relieved to be disembarking the plane.
What a nightmare one passenger can be heard saying as she leaves the flight.
(Excerpt) Read more at metro.co.uk ...
Bring back spanking
Demons of this type are powerless against duct tape.
If Obama had a son...
Scientific research has shown that that condition is caused by an excess of oxygen going to the child’s brain. If you cut their oxygen flow by 50 percent that behavior always ceases immediately. Works every time.
See something, say something.
Poor little kid was either sick, used to being neglected, or some other trauma. The mother needs the beating!
Absolutely! Duct tape and bubble wrap, good for any age. And please, let’s start with the MOTHER.
I'm sure it was nerve grating, but the child wasn't "demonic", just undisciplined and/or had mental problems.
Probably has other issues too but .... it takes a lot of energy to maintain that w/o some other influence than just being a spoiled brat.
Let me guess, no baby daddy?
I was on such a flight several years ago. Mom would NOT correct the child at all. A grandmother in the row in front of me mentioned to the mom that the child might be in pain from the change in air pressure. She then offered a Benadryl so that the child would not have to be in pain.
Worked like a charm. Mom thought she was helping her child, child so was asleep. The rest of us didn’t have to listen to the screaming brat.
Sounds like a rising Hollywood Star
It would be hilarious if the CEO came out with a public announcement to let the public know they have implemented a policy change and all flights will be supplied with an ample supply of duct tape for emergencies such as this.
Too bad Father Malachi Martin is dead.
The flight attendants should have required that kid be strapped in a seat. You can’t shut them up from screaming but you can contain them. Most kids will shut up after awhile if nobody is paying attention to them. That kid is just completely undisciplined.
For whatever reason this story keeps getting deleted.
Flight should never have taken off with that family on board. Since it did, the pilot should have declared an in-flight emergency after 1 hour max, landed at nearest airport, and then family forcibly removed.
This is why God gave us Nyquil...
Nobody on first. Mom’s responsibility she did nothing. Lufthansa’s responsibility to the other people who had paid good money for the flight; they did nothing. They should have dropped them off in Belgium before they crossed the Pond. And not ONE passenger complained? Boy, I would have.
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