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Footage shows passengers screaming in shock as a woman is to destroy a laptop in the other, the passenger’s head.
The incident reportedly happened on Sunday on an American Airlines flight waiting to depart from the International Airport and the Miami international airport. The attack was apparently sparked by an argument between the woman and the man, who appears to be her boyfriend (or ex-boyfriend, who is based at the end of the recording).
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The altercation occurred while the flight was waiting to depart for Los Angeles, The Sun reports.
In the footage, the woman appears to be yelling at the man, “are you looking at other women.” During the expletive-laden tirade, one of the flight attendants calling to the woman, reminding her that the kids on the plane. The woman responded by saying, “yes, I know, I’m f- – – ing near the f—ing kid.” A fellow-passenger can be heard saying: “don’t take her out of the world.”
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The woman and the man are often hidden from view during the first part of the image, and at a certain moment in time, it sounds as if she hits the guy. At this point, the crew try to separate it from the flock and removing them from the air.
The woman picks up a laptop and hits the man in the head with it.
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If the man is ushered out of the aircraft, the woman turns to pick up her bag. When the captain informs her that she will be in charge of the attack, she seems to say, “Fine, whatever.”
In a statement to Fox News, a spokesman for American Airlines confirmed Prior to departure from the port, on a Sunday, at the Miami International Airport, two for passengers who are traveling together and were involved in a dispute. The enforcement of the law, and both the passengers were removed from the plane.
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“We are very grateful to the American crew, who have worked quickly to diffuse the situation,” the statement continues. “Their efforts have resulted in a safe and secure environment for all of our passengers.”
The Miami-Dade Police didn’t immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.