A couple were caught on video after “shouting racist and homophobic slurs” from a JetBlue flight in Florida – as did the wife who claimed they were removed because they are Trump supporters.
The footage – first posted on TikTok and later shared on Reddit – shows the woman boarding a plane in West Palm Beach.
“Do you guys see what’s happening in America?” she shouts. “He didn’t like what we said, and now we’re getting off a plane, and you all have to wait.
“It’s f—— insulting! You guys, we’re going to change to China—it’s coming,” he continues in the rant. “You don’t like the words coming out of my mouth. There are no words! There are no words! Free speech is dead! ,
At one point, the woman’s husband hurls homophobic abuses but mostly sits quietly during the woman’s meltdown.
The woman also claims she used to be a Broadway dancer and praises Elon Musk, saying, “He’s the best… He’s the f—— king!”
She also shouts that she “is not getting that F-vaccine” and calls the passengers wearing masks “sheep”.
The woman made fun of fellow passengers as she threatened to sue the airline and the man who shot the wild video.
“Sorry, it’s our anniversary,” she’s also saying as she gets the boot.
At one point, she screams, “We have to get off the plane because we’re Trump supporters.”
“Seriously, this is what I think it is,” she continued.
Charlotte D’Alessio, who posted the video on TikTok, wrote: “Couple shouting racist and homophobic abuses will not get off the plane leaving West Palm Beach today. A free show for everyone on board. ,
The post has reached out to JetBlue for comment.
Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration announced that its “zero-tolerance policy” for dealing with unruly passengers would become permanent.
After seeing a disturbing spike in incidents, the agency implemented the policy on January 13, 2021. Under the policy, the FAA issues fines for misbehaving passengers rather than warning letters or advisories.
“The zero tolerance policy, coupled with the agency’s public awareness campaign, has helped reduce the incident rate by more than 60 percent. The FAA will continue to work with its airline, labor, airport and security and law enforcement partners to address incidents.” number can be reduced,” the agency said.