The American Airlines flight attendant threatened to ARREST the female passenger for filming a man’s pummel chair
The American Airlines flight attendant threatened to ARREST the female passenger for filming the man behind her who pummeled her reclined chair in video that has now become viral and divided travelers everywhere
- Wendi Williams said she was almost thrown off the flight and got a “passenger disorder” because she refused to remove her video
- The announcement threatened her with removal from the jet and even prosecution
- Williams’ video of the man behind her punching her chair has a shared opinion online
- Delta Bastian Ed Bastian said that passengers’ should ask permission from the person behind them to put their seats back – and that he never leans back
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An American Airlines passenger who video-shamed a fellow traveler when he repeatedly hit her seat after saying that a stewardess was threatening her with arrest.
Passenger Wendi Williams said she was nearly thrown off the flight and received a “passenger disorder” because she refused to remove her video from the man behind her, according to TMZ.
The announcement threatened her with removal from the jet and even prosecution. Williams said she had lost the video, but later found it in the deleted folder on her phone and posted the images online.
She posted a clip of him who constantly poked her chair on Twitter in a video that shared social media about who was wrong.
American Airlines passenger Wendi Williams said that she was almost thrown off the flight and got a “passenger disorder” because she refused to remove her video from the man behind her
Williams divided social media after embarrassing a fellow traveler who claimed to have repeatedly hit her chair when she leaned back
Williams was for the man – whose chair did not lean back – on the plane from New Orleans to Charlotte when he asked her to take a seat while he ate.
She says she went – but leaned back again when he finished eating and that he “hit my chair nine times.”
Williams claims that she complained to a flight attendant in the air, but despite this she offered the man a free drink of rum and threatened that Williams would escort the plane.
Williams said that none of the behaviors in the disturbance notice applied to her, including: “threatening, intimidating, or interfering with a crew member; smoking; drink alcoholic beverages that are not served by a crew member or cause an alcohol-related disruption ‘.
She wrote on Twitter: “I am in pain. I still have a cervical disk that has not merged – the first to allow me some mobility. have suffered repeatedly. ”
She claimed that the incident was an “attack” and said she wanted to find out the identity of the man and the charges.
Williams claims that a stewardess offered the man a free rum drink despite her complaints about him
Williams tweeted: “The airline did not accept any debt, although it apologized and said that what happened was wrong – that’s it.”
The queue has sparked a debate about aircraft etiquette on social media. While some have Williams back and condemned the man’s behavior, others wondered if she should have leaned her chair in the first place.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian agreed to the debate on aircraft etiquette on Friday when he said so CNBC that passengers must ask permission from the person behind them to put their seats back – and that they never lean back.
Etiquette expert William Hanson gave his verdict on Thursday when he said: ‘Two mistakes do not do justice. We all agree that it is annoying when the front passenger leans back, but it is within their rights to do this. The only time it is wrong is when the meal service is still taking place and has yet to be deleted. ”