The last attack hit the headlines a week ago. On a Southwest Airlines flight, passengers attacked an air attendant. For passengers, and for flight attendants on board, the flight ended with the arrival of pre-test detention. She suffered a bruise on her face and lost two teeth.
This is by no means an isolated case. According to CNN More than 2,500 misbehaviors or verbal attacks by passengers have been reported since the beginning of this year. Alcohol is often involved. Answer, exit with American Airlines And Southwest Airlines are two airlines that distribute liquor from most of their rooms.
“We have seen some chaotic situations in the last week,” an American Airlines spokesman told CNN. Scenes like this are not tolerated.
In particular, American Airlines stopped serving liquor shortly before, citing Govt rules. In fact, it was supposed to be restarted on June 1st, but this date was canceled in view of the most recent incident. However, first class and business class passengers are exempt from the alcohol ban. The flight attendant suspended service indefinitely in the southwest after the attack.
First verbal abuse, then assault
Other major airlines in the United States, such as Delta or United, continue to serve liquor to their guests.
In the incident last weekend, the passengers ignored the request of the cabin crew and had to straighten the rear. After landing inside San Diego She first cursed an air attendant and then slapped her in the face. The woman is now facing assault charges. He was locked up from flights with the Southwest for the rest of his life.
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