Woman Caught Smoking On Southwest Flight Threatens To 'Kill Everybody'

Woman Caught Smoking On Southwest Flight Threatens To 'Kill Everybody'

Woman Caught Smoking On Southwest Flight Threatens To 'Kill Everybody'

"The safety of our crew and passengers is our top priority, and we take all safety violations seriously", Southwest Airlines said in a statement to Business Insider.

"I have a destination for this".

The woman was later restrained for the rest of the flight and escorted to law enforcement officers when the plane landed, a report from another TV report said.

THIS footage captures the terrifying moment a woman had a mid-air meltdown on a packed jet and screamed: "I will f***ing kill everyone on this plane".

The woman was later seen gathering her belongings before yelling at a flight attendant, saying, "I have a destination for this".

"You were saying some pretty threatening things like you were going to kill everybody on the plane, why did you say that?", Thompson asked.

The incident, which took placed Saturday afternoon aboard Flight 2943, began when the passenger tried to smoke in a bathroom and tamper with the smoke alarm, according to a Southwest Airlines statement obtained by Portland television station KOIN.

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A passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight threatened to kill the flight's passengers and crew on Saturday.

Curbello told Sacramento CBS affiliate reporter Marc Thompson, who spoke with Curbello at the Sacramento County Jail, that it was anxiety that had prompted her actions.

'Our reports from flight attendants indicate a customer violated federal laws by both smoking on board an aircraft and by tampering with a smoke detector in an aircraft restroom.

A passenger recorded her outburst once she was returned to her seat.

"I don't know", Curbelo said.

Witnesses say the flight attendants had to force their way into the lavatory in order to remove her. At that point, she was arrested on a felony charge and sent to jail on $75,000 bail, according to The Washington Post. She reportedly claimed that anxiety is what prompted her to smoke on the plane in the first place.

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