Angry woman smashes laptop on boyfriend's head for 'looking at other women' while boarding American Airlines flight

A video that was shared on Twitter by a passenger on July 22 showed the couple violently arguing while being seated on the plane


                            Angry woman smashes laptop on boyfriend's head for 'looking at other women' while boarding American Airlines flight

MIAMI, FLORIDA: An angry girlfriend flew into a rage after boarding an American Airlines flight and smashed a laptop on her boyfriend's head for “looking at other women."

The woman can be seen insulting her partner on board the packed US plane just moments before take-off, The Sun reports.

The footage was shared on Twitter by a passenger on the Miami to Los Angeles flight on July 22, showing the couple violently arguing while being seated on the plane.

Meanwhile, two stewardesses are seen standing by them and trying to quell the situation, but in vain.



 

The raging flyer is heard in the clip telling the man seated next to her that she “wears the f***ing nuts, n****r.”

“You want to try to f***ing look at other women, n****r? Nah, f*** you!” she continues.

One of the stewardesses then requests her to refrain from using foul language considering a child was sitting right behind her.

“Yeah, I know, I f***ing consulted the f***ing child," she responds. “Look, I’m not gonna say nothing if you don’t say nothing and try to cause a commotion, cause he’s the f***ing problem.”

When the stewardess asks the boyfriend, referred to by the woman as "Memo", to follow them to another seat, he gets up to move away from the woman.

“You’re assaulting me, man,” he tells her, to which she replies, “Oh, I’m assaulting you?”

When he starts moving down the aisle, the angry girlfriend jumps to her feet and cracks him on the back of his head with a laptop, before throwing her fists at him from behind.

The woman is then told by the pilot she is going to be charged with assault, but the apparently unruffled passenger replies saying, “Fine, whatever.”

A new American Airlines 737-800 aircraft featuring a new paint job with the company’s new logo sits at a gate at O'Hare Airport on January 29, 2013, in Chicago, Illinois. (Getty Images)

Speaking to The Sun, American Airlines said, “Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were traveling together were involved in a dispute."

Responding law enforcement officers subsequently removed both passengers from the aircraft.

“We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation," they said. "Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers. Please contact the Miami-Dade Police Department for any further details on their investigation.”

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