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Woman Kicked Off Frontier Flight After Passengers Vote To Have Her Removed
A recent video that has gone viral shows a group of passengers taking matters into their own hands when a woman onboard a Frontier Airlines flight became extremely disruptive. The incident, occurred on delayed flight from Trenton, New Jersey to Atlanta, as reported by KTLA.
In the video, numerous passengers can be seen raising their hands in agreement as they take a vote on whether the woman should be kicked off the flight. Following the vote, a security guard was called over and the leader of the group explained that they wanted the woman removed from the flight because she had been rude to other passengers.
“If you want her removed from the flight, raise your hand,” stated a passenger in a red shirt and glasses.
Then the passenger goes on to say, “I’m not even kidding. If you can hear me, raise your hand if you want her removed from the flight. I’m not even kidding, I got 40 hands up.”
The woman in question, a blonde passenger, was eventually seen gathering her things and leaving the flight. However, the incident had already caused a delay of about an hour.
According to witnesses, what led up to the incident was bizarre. A couple sitting a few rows ahead of the woman had earlier asked to move seats. Other passengers in the video claimed that the woman had been making rude comments toward the couple and had been interjecting in their conversation.
The couple and the woman allegedly making rude comments were ultimately removed from the flight. However, Frontier Airlines has not yet commented on the incident.
This video has sparked a lot of debate online, with many people expressing their support for the passengers who voted to have the disruptive woman removed from the flight. Some have even suggested that this kind of behavior should not be tolerated on any flight and that airlines should have a more robust system in place for dealing with disruptive passengers.
However, others have expressed concern about the potential for abuse if passengers are given the power to decide who should be removed from a flight. There are also questions about how airlines can ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers when situations like this arise.
Ultimately, this incident serves as a reminder of the challenges that airlines face when dealing with disruptive passengers. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to this problem, it is clear that airlines must do more to ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers onboard their flights.