Passenger smashes laptop over ‘boyfriend’s’ head on packed plane ‘because he looked at other woman’ – The Sun

Passenger smashes laptop over ‘boyfriend’s’ head on packed plane ‘because he looked at other woman’ – The Sun

July 23, 2019 By mediabest

A WOMAN flew into a rage on flight and lamped her boyfriend with a laptop for “looking at other women”.

The raging passenger can be seen berating her partner on board the packed plane before things turn violent.


Footage which appeared on YouTube yesterday shows the couple arguing while still seated.

Two air stewardesses are stood by them apparently attempting to calm the situation but having little success.

The female flyer can be heard ranting telling the man next to her that she “wears the f*****g nuts, n****r.”

She continues telling him: “You want to try to f*****g look at other women, n****r? Nah, f**k you!”

When one of the stewardesses asks her to refrain from swearing as there is a child on the plane she retorts: “Yeah, I know, I f*cking consulted the f*cking child.”

“Look, I’m not gonna say nothing if you don’t say nothing and try to cause a commotion, cause he’s the f*cking problem.”

She then hits her boyfriend, who is apparently called “Memo”, and he gets up to move seats telling her, “you’re assaulting me man,” to which she replies, “Oh, I’m assaulting you?”

Then as Memo moves down the aisle she flies onto her feet and cracks him on the back of the head with a laptop and then starts pounding him with her fists.

As the woman is being booted off the plane, she doubles back to get her purse at which point the pilot informs her that she is going to be charged with assault.

Apparently unruffled by this revelation she replies, “Fine, whatever.”

The altercation took place on an American Airlines flight from Miami to Los Angeles.

American Airlines told The Sun Online: “Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were travelling together were involved in a dispute.

Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft.

“We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation. Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers.
“Please contact the Miami-Dade Police Department for any further details on their investigation.”


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