She was just plane rude.
Passengers on board a plane bound for Las Vegas scolded a fellow flier after she refused to disembark the aircraft for disorderly conduct.
The unidentified woman was caught on camera berating other travelers prior to takeoff from an airport in California last Friday, with her meltdown filmed by Amanda Grasham.
Grasham claimed to Newsflare that the woman was “visibly intoxicated” and was “acting aggressively to staff” before she was asked to leave the plane.
“Y’all can’t even tell me what I did,” the woman can be seen screaming at other passengers in the footage.
“Who did I offend?” she subsequently asks, walking up and down the aisle of the aircraft.
“Everybody!” a disgruntled passenger yells back, before several others chime in.
“Right here!” one responded, counting themselves among the offended.
“Right here!” another echoed, joining the chorus.
The woman paid her haters no mind, however, and refused to budge from the aircraft despite persistent pleas.
“You’re keeping up everybody. Please leave!” one woman could be heard declaring.
“You’re out your motherf – – king mind!” one man yelled, getting up from his seat to scold the unruly woman.
“Shut your mouth and sit down or you’ll get locked up!” another implored.
Indeed, the woman was eventually escorted off the plane by cops, according to Grasham.
“She didn’t go quietly though,” Grasham stated. “She had to be physically removed by three members of the airport police.”
Grasham’s video is just the latest in a long line of plane meltdown clips that have been gone viral in recent weeks.
Early last month, a shocking video of a pregnant passenger violently attacking a Spirit Airlines employee spread like wildfire on social media.
Meanwhile, a TikTok user recently captured another incident on board a Frontier flight from Trenton to Atlanta.
In the wild video, passengers came together to vote an unruly flyer off a plane for arguing with other travelers.
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