A few days ago, a civilian flight in the United States was delayed due to an altercation between two flight attendants. One of them broke down on the spot and both got off the plane. The entire process was photographed and uploaded by the current ESPN anchorTIC TocThe airline launched an internal investigation.
NBC News reported that the incident occurred on the afternoon of the 11th aboard American Airlines Flight 4860. The flight, operated by SkyWest Airlines under the name American Eagle, was scheduled to depart fromCaliforniato Los AngelesTexasHouston. ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor and reporter Ashley Brewer, who exposed the matter on TikTok, said the dispute between the two parties arose from a request by a first class passenger to switch seats with someone in economy class. , so that she could sit beside her husband.
Brewer’s video is currently unavailable, but a male flight attendant agreed, and a female flight attendant said it was a violation, according to the New York Post and her own account. The first class passengers, who were seated next to Brewer, were not able to actually change seats, but the brawl between the two flight attendants escalated.
“For some reason, the flight attendants have a bad attitude, and they’re arguing about the rules in the middle of the aisle, arguing about what’s right and what’s wrong, and just complaining or something.” Brewer said. So they kept coming and going, and he started yelling at her. He was really taking it too far, and he shouldn’t have done that.”
According to Brewer, the female flight attendant ran to the front of the plane and began crying. She went up to see the other man, and the female flight attendant reportedly said, “I don’t want to fly with him.” The report said the pilot and crew approached and tried to speak to two flight attendants, but they both got off and the passengers waited nearly two hours for a new crew member to board the plane. Had to do
According to paranormal intelligence website FlightAware, the flight was delayed for about an hour. SkyWest issued a statement expressing regret and apology, stressing that the company requires all employees to adhere to the highest standards of professionalism and is conducting an internal investigation involving the flight.
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