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Whether you’re a frequent flier or have only flown on a passenger aircraft once in your life, here are five things you need to know about passenger aircraft.
A passenger flying with American Airlines was met by the police upon arrival in Charlotte, N. C., reportedly after urinating on a female passenger’s luggage during the flight.
The passenger, who was not identified, was described as “drunk” on the plane, according to a statement from the airline, provided to Fox News.
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The airline also confirmed that it had asked for enforcement of the law to be at the airport to meet the flight, which originated in Chicago before you go down the Charlotte Douglas International Airport just before 1 a.m. on Thursday.
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It is currently unclear whether the passenger was taken into custody; a report of The Independent stated that there is no cost to the passenger. The outlet also reported the victim, a 28-year-old woman, citing a police report.
A representative for the Charlotte police was not immediately available to confirm.
Unfortunately, Thursday’s incident is the latest in a long stream of pee incidents on board of aircraft for civil aviation, after the Frontier Airlines passenger who peed on the seat directly in front of him in May 2018 (at the top), or the drunk passenger on All Nippon Airways who urinated on a fellow passenger in August.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.