A shirtless passenger was duct taped to his seat after he reportedly touched the flight attendants, according to a report.
A shirtless passenger was duct taped to his seat after he touched up flight attendants.
After touching up flight attendants, a shirtless passenger duct was taped.
on August 3, 2021 by Gary Leff
After pouring a drink on himself, pulling off his shirt, touching up flight attendants, and getting into a brawl, a customer on a Frontier Airlines aircraft from Philadelphia to Miami was duct tied to his seat on Saturday. The airline has also suspended the flight attendants who used duct tape. After all, this is probably standard operating procedure on a Frontier Airlines aircraft.
Maxwell Berry, a 22-year-old Ohio man, was detained as the plane touched down in Miami, accused of assaulting one (male) flight attendant and “inappropriately touching” two (female) flight attendants. He “drank two cocktails on the flight and then requested another.” The sequence of events began with the third in-flight drink.
Berry allegedly rubbed an empty cup on the rear of a flight attendant, according to the [police] complaint.
According to the story, Berry then spilled his new drink on his shirt, went to the toilet, and emerged shirtless. He was able to retrieve another clothing from his carry-on with the assistance of a flight attendant.
Berry touched the chests of female flight attendants after wandering about for 15 minutes, according to the allegation.
He then allegedly struck a male flight attendant who had been brought over to keep an eye on him in the face, according to police.
According to the complaint, a brawl erupted, and passengers restrained Berry.
A Frontier customer is accused of touching the breasts of two flight attendants, screaming that his parents are worth $2 million, and then assaulting a flight attendant. As they arrived in Miami, Frontier punished the crew for duct tying the passenger to his seat. Max Berry, a 22-year-old man, is being held in prison. pic.twitter.com/4xS9Rwvafx
August 3, 2021 — Sam Sweeney (@SweeneyABC)
Frontier Airlines claims that
On July 31, a customer made improper physical contact with a flight attendant and then attacked another flight attendant on a trip from Philadelphia to Miami.
As a consequence, the passenger had to be held until the plane landed in Miami and cops came. The flight attendants will be removed of duty until the inquiry into the events is completed, as is customary in such situations.
Normal practice may be to suspend the flight attendants, but standard procedure should be to pay them combat pay.
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