An American Airlines passenger traveling from Los Cabos, Baja California Sur to Los Angeles, California, was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from the United States, after hit a flight attendant During flight.
When American Airlines Flight 377 landed in Los Angeles, police officers were already waiting to arrest him, reported the American television network, NBC.
In the video spread on social networks appears the worker of the airline standing at the entrance to the first class area of the plane asking a passenger “are you threatening me, are you threatening me?”.
Moments later he says “enough is enough” and turns around. That’s when the passenger lunges at him and hits him in the back, just below the neck.
According to passengers interviewed by the television station, the flight attendant had denied him use of the bathroom intended for first-class travelers, which caused him to get angry and act in a manner violent.
They also reported that they were the same passengers those who helped subdue him, until a flight attendant bound his hands with plastic clamps.
The Association of Professional Flight Attendants of the United States called the attack “conduct dangerous and life-threatening.”
“This violent behavior endangers the security of all passengers and crew, and must cease.”
In this sense, they expressed their full support for the affected crew members and “will do everything possible to ensure that the passenger is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”