A woman was allegedly removed from a flight after unleashing a foul-mouthed tirade about being seated at the back of the aircraft, across the aisle from a mum and her baby.
Marissa Rundell, who was travelling with her eight-month-old son, Mason, from NY to Syracuse, 250 miles north of the Big Apple, on a Delta Airlines flight on 6 February, said the passenger became irate as soon as she stepped on the plane. "That's when the flight attendant came over and asked what the problem was". This prompted the irate passenger to complain more, eventually leading Tabitha to recommend a seat on another flight.
"She brought up having to sit next to a crying baby (he wasn't crying or fussing at all)", Rundell said.
A flight attendant came over to see what was wrong, which is when, according to Rundell, the woman began complaining about her seat including her proximity to a baby.
The attendant offered to give her a seat on the next flight but the increasingly irate woman then threatened to get the attendant fired.
Rundell added: 'I said again please watch your language she told me to shut the f*** up and shove it.
After asking Tabitha for her name she adds: 'You may not have a job tomorrow.' At which Tabitha tells her colleague that she wants the woman off the flight.
Not only does Tabitha oblige but she also list off her employee number, only setting the woman off.
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"This lady thought she was going to be rude to me and Mason, now she had no way home today", Rundell wrote on Facebook, along with a video that captured part of the incident. Thank you to the lovely Delta flight attendant for not letting this women bully us.
Tabitha retrieves a gate agent and tells them what the problem is, and ask that the woman be removed from the plane.
'I thought it was amusing how she was acting like a child throwing a tantrum, said the mother. "I'm sorry, I was really stressed out", she can be heard saying. The woman tried to talk her way out of the situation, to no avail.
"She was the last one to get on the plane and I was in the second to last row of the plane", Rundell was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
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Tabitha then said she wanted her off the plane.
Rundell detailed how Tabitha came back to apologize before the flight took off and shared how ultimately, the Delta staff had been extremely helpful during the ordeal.
"The flight attendants were absolutely unbelievable".
Delta Airlines could not be reached for a comment.
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