Passengers endure a screaming toddler for the entire eight-hour flight
Passengers with screaming and running child during an eight-hour flight from Germany to New Jersey. One of the passengers made a report on the trial, and now the video is going viral.
Most frequent flyers have been sitting near a crying toddler on a certain moment during their travels, but very few have to endure the same “nightmare” as Shane townley (usa).
Townley (usa), an artist from New York City, was one of the unfortunate travelers who jointly an 8-hour Lufthansa flight from Germany to New Jersey with a “devilish” tantrum-throwing child who screamed the entire trip, according to viral images townley (usa) shared on YouTube.
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“Look, if this boy runs and screams for the entire flight, while the mother does little to nothing to stop him,” wrote townley (usa). “[Three]-year-old in an 8-hour flight from Germany to Newark NJ. He never quits!”
In townley (usa) ‘ s video, which has since amassed nearly 1 million views on YouTube, the boy can be seen shouting, crying and upright in his chair in front of the plane even leaves. And just for the takeoff, townley (usa) said the child, the tantrum took a turn for the “demonic.”
The child was reportedly screaming, walk, and occasionally climb on the chairs during the entire 8-hour flight.
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The mother of the boy allegedly tried to her son with an iPad, but a flight attendant can be heard telling the woman that the plane’s Wi-fi was not available prior to the flight.
About an hour into the flight, a passenger in Shane’s video can be seen on her ears as the child continues to scream and run around the plane. The rest of the images documents the child’s blood-curdling cries for each of the next seven hours, along with the boy’s subsequent screaming fit at landing.
A source for the DailyMail suggested that the child may suffer from a disability that may have contributed to his in-flight behavior, but it is unknown whether the actual case.
A still from townley (usa) video shows a passenger who has her ears as the boy runs by screaming.
“That was a nightmare,” says one of the passengers can be heard saying during the exit of the plane. “Eight hours of screaming.”
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Townley (usa) has now confirmed that the uk’s DailyMail that he had not filed a complaint with the airline about the incident that took place in Aug. 2017.
Lufthansa has also indicated the rest of the passengers were understanding of the situation.”
“Our crew worked around-the-clock to de-escalate the situation, tend to all passengers, and helps the mother,” the airline told DailyMail. The airline refused to comment further due to the “individual medical privacy.”