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A woman was handcuffed and restrained for six hours on a flight from Miami to London, and after the attack, an 8-year-old boy, and lashing out at others.
Louise Dixon, 51, is said to have thrown a full bottle of water to hit the boy on the side of the head with the “power” on the Virgin Atlantic flight this spring.
She’d raised her fist to punch one of the other passengers, and then took off to the other two, as the crew and passengers who struggled to get her to stop spitting in the face of a woman.
Louise Dixon, pictured, is said to have thrown a full bottle of water to hit the boy on the side of the head with the “power” on the Virgin Atlantic flight this spring.
Dixon has been in the ground, and at one point in the pilot, it was given to the rerouting of the plane on the ground in New York city.
The woman was said to have been drunk, after being told to her as a Virgin Atlantic flight from Miami to Heathrow, which would have to be taken.
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Just 20 minutes into the flight, the divorced mother of two children, began to act “strangely” and raised her fist to punch a woman in the row behind her. The woman is kicked off by another passenger when they were stuck on the floor by the passengers and the crew.
Dixon, of Ogmore-by-Sea, near Bridgend, Wales, has been placed in the ground, after rotation of the vial immediately after, and the staff gave it to her.
The boy’s mother told of how she saw the bottle, he flew through the air and hit her son on the side of the head, “with some force”.
Just 20 minutes into the flight, the divorced mother of two children, began to act “strangely” and raised her fist to punch a woman in the row behind her.
Dixon faces jail after admitting being drunk on board the flight, on April 12, physical abuse of the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, as well as two persons, identified as Jackie, and All of Gabriella Cotton.
“I would have to say that it was a long incident, of course, the passengers on board a flight is to be caught,” Syreta Maharaj, prosecution at Uxbridge Magistrates ‘ Court, which is said to be. “Well, I would note that the behavior lasted for about six hours, and, in fact, the handcuffs had to be used on the hair.
“There were a lot of kids on the flight, and, in fact, one of the charges related to a child, she threw a bottle of water, and he turned to the child. Mrs. Allen said she turned around in her seat and Mrs. Dixon appeared to be her fist to hit her,” Maharaj continued. “The school has confirmed that it is 20 minutes into the flight, the suspect, and his behavior was very strange. She said: “I thought her behaviour was alarming and very scary. She returned to her seat in front of me and held out her fist for me to hit it.'”
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“A man took hold of Mrs. Dixon, by the wrist before she could get up, and she was arrested. The flight crew and passengers helped to restrain her for the rest of the flight,” Maharaj went on.
The prosecutor said Dixon had thrown a bottle of water and hit the 8-year-old boy, who was sitting with his mother and sister.
The prosecutor said Dixon had thrown a bottle of water and hit with an eight-year-old boy, who was sitting with his mother and sister.
She said, “well, He’s just sitting on-board the flight, where the defendant offered a bottle of water by the staff on board the plane has been taken, the bottle of water that was full, he turned around and threw a bottle of water, which hit the eight-year-old boy, who was sitting two rows behind her.”
“His mother said as she saw the bottle of water flying through the air, and he was her son and not only took on the left-hand side of the head.”
Dixon assaulted another female passenger, as she struggled against her restraints.
“They’re trying to reduce of the accused, and she knelt down in the aisle, she kicks and kicks to the thigh of Mrs Cotton,” the prosecutor said. “They’re going to continue to argue that the defendant then dug her nails into her wrist, causing her injuries, and the defendant proceeded to spit on her.”
“The whole incident was very upsetting to them, and, of course, as I’ve said before that the passengers are trapped on board the ship. She was fascinated, and the people are actually trapped on board an airplane,” Maharaj said. “The plane was packed with kids and families, and it seems to have gone on for about six hours.”
Paul Brill, mitigating, said his client suffered from alcoholism, and he turned to the bottle after being told her flight would have to be taken.
She had a previous conviction of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs in 2012, and he said, “It is the same with the divorce, difficult relationships, for the upbringing of their children, and by that time, after a certain period of time, and a dependence on alcohol.”
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“She’s been a frequent flyer to the US, they have family contacts there, and it is usually in the hope that it will be able to sleep in the first, Brill’s argument. “They were told that it was going to be a very, very full, and they will expire. I think they have a certain amount of disappointment in himself, and in how to deal with her fears, like that.
“This has been a random lobbed a bottle, but, of course, they have to admit that it was a very reckless act.”
“She was banging her head against the cabin walls, crying, and saying, “I am an alcoholic”, and crying, and saying, “no, I’m not an alcoholic’.”
“She has been forced into this position. She works at a college in Wales, and they had two children between the ages of 16 and 18.”
The judiciary chairperson Sonia O’connor cast Real, unconditional bail to be sentenced next month.
This story was originally published by SWNS.