Published on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Delta thanked by mum for removing foul-mouthed woman from flight

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.

When a flight attendant on the Delta Air Lines' flight from JKF offered the woman a seat on a later departure, the woman threatened to have her sacked.

The passenger apologised only when she realised she was about to be removed from the flight to Syracuse, claiming she was 'really stressed out'.

It took flight attendants 10 minutes to persuade the woman to leave the aircraft, but she did eventually disembark.

The mum, Marissa Rundell, whose baby was eight-months-old at the time, thanked Delta cabin crew on her Facebook page for the way they dealt with the incident.

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