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A woman managed to board a Delta flight from Orlando to Atlanta doesn’t have an ID or a boarding pass, ” says a passenger, who has helped in the identification of the alleged security breach after his wife took her seat.
Delta and the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) looked at how it was done, Fox 35 reported.
According to the passenger, who did not want to be identified, but the woman refused to get up out of the chair. “I had a boarding pass for that seat, and she said quite bluntly,” I’m not moving.'”
The passenger told WFTV she asked me to be a flight attendant, who came in and came to the conclusion that the wife was not listed on the flight manifest.
One passenger said the woman left the driver and a supervisor a photo of himself on her phone, when she asked for ID.
The driver and a supervisor then allegedly attempted to remove the woman, to no avail.
When they asked her for her boarding pass, the woman said she threw it away, and when she was asked for her ID, she showed them a picture of himself on the phone, WFTV reported.
The passenger later recalled a conversation between the woman and the flight attendant.
Well, I’ll leave you with a photo ID,” said the woman. “Ma’am, this is not a government-issued photo identification. This is a picture,” the flight attendant said. “Well, it’s just as well,” said the woman. “No, ma’am, it’s not as good as” the flight attendant said.
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“She’s finally telling her,” You’re breaking the federal law,'” the passenger said, according to the outlet.
Soon after, the pilot called the police, who were in a position to get rid of the woman. They are said to be to the left of the aircraft, the curse of the confusion of the other passengers.
“We were stopped pretty quick, and the pilot explained that it was because the lady was not cooperating with the TSA, and they did not have a ticket for each airline, it at all,” the passenger told WFTV. “They couldn’t figure out how she even got on the plane.”
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She said the TSA agents, and dogs searched the plane for about an hour, and people were beating each of the passengers and searched their bags before the flight took off for Atlanta.
For the TSA, told the outlet that the women were being screened, but will not give you any more information. It is still unknown how the woman managed to get on the plane without a boarding pass or ID.
Delta issued a statement following the incident.
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“Delta apologizes to its customers on the flight 1516 to the time delay, after a person who don’t have a ticket for that flight, it was removed from the aircraft,” Delta said. “The security officials are then directed to preventive rescreen of all on board. Delta is working with local law enforcement and the Transportation Security Administration for their investigation and we are conducting our own review of the property.”
The Orlando Police department Lt. Wanda Miglio, who was called to the airport just before 10:30 a.m. after getting reports of a “suspicious person,” and said the investigation is ongoing, and the FBI has been notified of the incident, ABC News reported.