A flight attendant job is not always a walk in the park, but they are usually not subject to the bodily injury of the passengers they serve.
That was not the case for one unlucky American Airlines attendant, fly to New Bern, N. C. Thursday afternoon.
According to WSOC, flight 5242 was waiting on the tarmac at Chatlotte Douglas International Airport when the 22-year-old passenger Tun Lon Sein reportedly tried to bite a flight attendant for the jump from the plane and onto the tarmac.
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For the take-off, Signal rose from his chair and allegedly tried to open the door of the aircraft.
When a flight attendant and two other passengers tried to Signal to return to his seat, he tried to bite into the crew member before jumping out of the galley door and onto the tarmac, where he was intercepted by two employees of the airport.
An attempted sexual assault of a flight attendant and interfering with the runway of the movement is no small violation. Signal has since been charged with one count of interfering with flight crew members and could face up to 20 years in prison, plus additional fines. He appeared in federal court Friday morning, WSOC reports.
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The other passengers were forced to endure a considerable delay of the flight was to return to the gate to be rescreened before the departure to the place of destination.