Not long ago, the travel world was rocked for a moment when an American Airlines passenger tried to open the plane door, mid-flight. After de-escalation techniques didn’t work, she was eventually restrained by duct tape, for her own and others’ safety.
American Airlines passenger was duct taped to her seat after she tried to open the plane door, then bit a flight attendant. pic.twitter.com/nDsu3GWnOP
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) July 11, 2021
The responses in the Twitterverse varied from the legalities of restraining someone (yay armchair lawyers!) to why someone shouldn’t try to open the plane door while flying (of course, we all know that’s virtually impossible to do – here’s why).
But there was one woman’s response, mixed within the thousands of replies to Mike Sington, whose response was a bit….different:
Someone tried to clarify what she said:
But no, she stuck to her guns:
Kurin then asked her to supply references she had on the matter, to which she said:
Once again, the Twitterverse chimed in with some zingers:
pilots when the plane is getting a little too rowdy pic.twitter.com/B6AAskf3tW
— ghost of kaitlyns past (@fmrghosthunter) July 13, 2021
I just love the internet sometimes…
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