When a woman goes on a violent rant at an airport, it’s not the first time she’s made headlines. The most recent incident involved a woman who went on a violent rant while on a flight from Detroit to Miami. Police have confirmed that the woman is on a “no-fly list,” which includes the identities of terrorists suspected of terrorist acts. The MIA police said they did not receive any reports of the incident and that there was no call to police for the flight.
Ice-T tweeted that “Karens want the manager.” The problem is, there is no manager at the airport. In fact, the only person who speaks to the ‘Karen’s’ is the CEO. Obviously, no one has spoken to the CEO or the flight attendant prior to the incident. And no one has spoken to the CEO since the violent rant occurred. So, who is responsible for resolving the issue?
The ‘Queen of California’ was on the plane, and was allegedly harassing the flight attendant. The flight attendant tried to move her, but she refused to let anyone pass because she was ‘antagonising’ her. She told the flight attendant that she wanted to go to the bathroom, but the flight attendant told her that she had to get to the door first. She said she wanted to go to the bathroom on the plane, but was unable to do so because of the discomfort.
Some passengers say that the woman’s behavior is typical of a ‘Queen of California.’ Regardless of who is to blame, the flight attendant was the aggressor, but the pilot, Peter Buck, was the one who ultimately cleared her of air rage. In addition to this, the Los Angeles Times reported that the flight attendant was trying to pass the ‘Queen’. The Tucson Citizen claimed that the woman was ‘antagonizing’ the flight attendant.
Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident, though some passengers were upset with the woman’s behavior. The incident was recorded and has since been shared across social media. The incident was caught on camera and has sparked many questions. The suspect was arrested and is now facing charges. She will most likely be facing aggravated battery charges. A no-fly list is maintained by the Transportation Security Administration and the FBI. People who are listed on these lists may face extradition to the U.S.
The arrest of the woman has become the subject of social media and has shocked the world. The video of the incident has gone viral and the video of the incident has been widely shared on social media. It has been reported that the flight attendant was an African American woman who was antagonizing the flight attendant and the flight passenger. The suspect’s husband is still being charged. While this incident was not a violent act, it was not the victim of an airline’s negligence.