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Crazed woman threatens passengers on flight, says “my brothers are Marine snipers”


A hysterical woman aboard a Minnesota-bound Spirit Airlines flight from Texas threatened to unleash her Marine Corps sniper brothers upon the passengers of the aircraft, stunning all aboard.

Video footage -courtesy of passenger Chianti Washington- shows the woman angrily pacing up and down the aisles, demanding to be let off the aircraft, which had landed at a different airport in Minnesota due to a passenger with a medical emergency.

“Get me the f*** off this (long string of expletives) plane!” the woman shrieked. “You want to be (expletive) and b**chy to me? You’ll see me f***ing pissed.”

When several gentlemen got up to contain her, she threatened one with a fist and said her brothers would soon be dealing with him.

“Do you know who my brothers are? They are f***ing Marine snipers. Do you want to f*** with a f***ing Marine?” she said.

Eventually, the woman managed to push past the men and make her way to the cockpit as terrified passengers looked on.

According to ABC13, the enraged woman was taken into custody by police.

Spirit Airlines released the following statement about the incident:

Yesterday morning, a flight from Houston to Minneapolis had to land in Rochester, Minnesota due to a guest experiencing a medical emergency. On the ground in Rochester, another passenger became erratic and irate and was removed from the aircraft with the assistance of law enforcement. We apologize to our guests who had to witness this and for the inconvenience of the delay. Safety is our top priority at Spirit Airlines.

The woman’s identity is unknown.

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