Fla. Cops Remove Unruly Woman from Plane
June 24, 2013
Screenshot via hipsouth/YouTube.
A U.S. Airways flight was delayed for almost an hour Sunday, as Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Police
officers removed an unruly woman who cursed and assaulted one of the officers.
The flight eventually left for Charlotte, once officers removed Lindsay Capri Bien-aime. Another passenger captured the arrest on a smartphone camera and uploaded the clip to YouTube.
In the clip, Capri Bien-aime can be heard cursing at the officers, who handcuff her and remove her. She has been charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, reports WCNC.
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Bob@Az. @ 6/24/2013 3:10 PM
Yup, inbreeding at its' best. Blues, Stay Safe.
Rachel @ 6/24/2013 7:47 PM
Shut up Bob you racist moron. As for this woman, I don't know the particulars or whether the flight attendants were too skiddish or this woman was just being an idiot but you Never never argue with federal enforcement officers on a plane, ever. Just get off the plane and deal with the issue afterwards.
Randall @ 6/24/2013 8:20 PM
doesn't matter Rachel. she is low class. flight attendants are going to lose patience with people who ignore their instructions. doesn't matter if they say it with a scowl or a a smile. you do what they say. this woman was atrocious trash who argued, cussed, fought and bit the police. and the sad thing is she'll never be ashamed of what she did. she'll blame everyone else. i am very familiar with her type. bitter and hateful of everyone around her who she perceives owes her something or is keeping her down.
Bob@Az. @ 6/24/2013 9:57 PM
Rachel, What exactly was "racist" in my post? Or did that hit too close to home? Why do I get the impression that your not in LE. Blues, Stay Safe.
Officerjason @ 6/25/2013 2:02 PM
Rachel i must say your very first sentence confuses the heck outta me. There was nothing racist in bobs post whatsoever
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