A passenger was forcibly removed from San Diego bound flight to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Delta Air Lines has confirmed that there is a woman under duress from a flight at Detroit Metropolitan Airport after the do not meet the proper boarding procedures.
On Monday, a YouTube video posted by user Rene deLambert, surfaced online. The two-minute video shows a woman being dragged in the middle of the aisle of the plane by the police as they cling to her wrists.
A spokeswoman for the airport told FOX 2 Detroit that the woman has a ticket but has yet to be charged for the incident.
“At approximately 8 this morning, Delta Air Lines, contacted the Detroit Metropolitan Airport is the department of the police requesting assistance with a passenger who does not meet the boarding and baggage check procedures in a McNamara Terminal gate.
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“When officers arrived, Delta Air Lines, said the woman could not remain on board. Despite repeated requests from officials, the woman refused to leave the aircraft and had to be removed. She was arrested and charges are pending.”
According deLambert, passengers witnessed the woman is not to check in “with the gate agent and walked right on.”
Others said that the woman was “mouthy and had a huge attitude,” and reportedly said they “earned overhead bin space.”
Delta flight 2083 was on the way to San Diego on Monday morning. A Delta spokesman confirmed FoxNews.com that the passengers on 2083 experienced a “slight delay on departure due to a passenger does not comply with the boarding and baggage check procedures.”
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“The passenger was removed by the local police and the flight was able to continue without further incident.”
The spokesman would not confirm whether alcohol was involved or costs to be charged against the customer.