Woman shouts and allegedly slaps a man in mid-air brawl over him remov…

Footage has emerged from the flight from Tampa, Florida to Atlanta, Georgia showing an altercation, wherein a woman is restrained by staff and later arrested by the FBI for shouting at an older man and allegedly slapping him

“You’re going to jail!” the man responds to the apparent slap

A woman was arrested by the FBI after an expletive-filled tirade against an older man, in which she allegedly slapped him in the confront and spat at him on a Delta flight in the US.

Footage emerging from the flight from Tampa, Florida to Atlanta, Georgia shows the altercation, wherein the woman is restrained by staff.

Atlanta police, who were waiting for the woman when the plane touched down, said in a statement that she is called Patricia Cornwall.

“Put your f****** disguise on,” she appears to scream at the seated man as she stands over him.

Ironically, her own disguise is on her confront, but below her chin.

Atlanta police, who were waiting for the woman when the plane touched down, said in a statement that she is called Patricia Cornwall
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She becomes more and more irate, according to the video, before seeming to strike the man.

The woman was accused of causing a midair “disturbance” which led to the “injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees,” police said.

“You’re going to jail!” the man responds to the apparent slap.

Crew members are seen trying to restrain the woman, who is led down the aisle while yelling, “You f****** piece of s***!”

Someone in the clip said the woman “went crazy on the airplane, punched this man in the confront, spit on him, scratched him (and) poured hot water on my leg.”

“Put your f****** disguise on,” she appears to scream at the seated man as she stands over him
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The New York Post reported that the flight landed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport landed at 6:10pm and was met by police met with airline employees at Gate A11, where passengers described the incident.

“Based on the statements gathered and visible evidence, officers detained Ms Cornwall and contacted the on-call FBI agent,” police said in a statement.

“The officers then relocated with Ms Cornwall to the domestic Atlanta Police precinct where FBI agents responded and took custody of Ms Cornwall,” it additional.

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