to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news, Feb. 12
Fox News, the Flash points are. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com.
That must be a pain to do.
An American Airlines passenger called out of the carrier and its employees for failure to take action is a man sitting behind her on a recent flight, reportedly, was holding the punching of the upper side of the seat, an attack that has since been described as an “attack.”
As for the video footage of the incident hit Twitter, however, some social media commenters have argued that the woman was in the wrong for inconsiderately reclining back, with the invasion of the male passenger’s personal space.
THE SOUTHWEST FLIGHT ATTENDANTS TELL THE PASSENGERS TO CALL OUT ‘UNWANTED BEHAVIOUR’ AS PART OF THE NEW POLICY
The passenger Wendi Williams was recently on a trip from New Orleans to Charlotte, N. C., in the American flight of the Eagle (a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines), where the episode allegedly took place. On Friday, Williams told her side of the story on Twitter, with the accompanying video. The clip has since gone viral, with more than 26,000 views.
“After much consideration and exhausting every opportunity for American Airlines to do the right thing, so I decided to make my attack, the passenger behind me, and for the further security threats, an American Airline stewardess.” Williams claimed to be. “They offered him a free cocktail!”
The woman said she was on a journey back to one of my teachers at the convention, and that the man had asked her to bring her a chair while he was eating. Williams said that, they have to be, but the back of her chair as soon as he was done.
“At that time, he began hammering away at me,” she claimed, and she was aware of one flight attendant.
After complaining to the flight attendant, Williams said, is that the American Eagle employee said the man, who turns out to have been sitting in the back row of the plane, and that it is “tight” and they gave him a free rum drink.
PLEASE FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR FOX, LIFESTYLE, NEWS
Williams said the flight attendant scolded her for the video of the incident, and gave it to her as a passenger in a disturbance of the date of notification.
“It was scary, and very painful,” Williams said, who claim that they have lost time at work, and had to visit a doctor, receive X-rays, and was suffering from headaches as a result of the incident.
“I have been contacted by telephone by the American [Airlines] and they apologized, but did not accept any responsibility for any of the flight attendant’s actions,” she says into account. “I am going to call the FBI to press charges against the man who has me as a punching bag. Anyone who doesn’t like it, I don’t care!”
“I would not have recognized it, then no one would have believed it!!! As far as speaking for myself, that he was mad, and so was the FA [flight attendant.] He needs to be humbled! He knew he was being recorded and still acted that way, but you’re right, I’m sure we could share some tea and had a nice, quiet talk.”
Although some Twitter users have expressed sympathy for Williams’ plight, while others were more skeptical, the women’s version of the events. Critics have countered that it is “unfair” and “mind-boggling” and that she would be in the back of her chair, against his wishes, and the burst of the human being, the space in the first place.
CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER
To take the chair, then the one on offer.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
When reached for comment, a spokesman for American Airlines, and offered the following statement on the story:
“We are aware of a customer dispute, which turned out to be on an American Eagle flight, 4392, operated by Republic Airways on the 31st of January. For the safety and comfort of our customers and team members is our top priority, and our team is looking into the issue,” a spokesman told Fox News on Wednesday.