A woman went crazy on a Delta flight and was arrested by the FBI after she lost her cool and slapped a fellow passenger. The Delta flight was from Tampa to Atlanta, and the passengers got pretty annoyed by the woman.

The woman is identified as Patricia Cornwall, and was arrested by the feds after she took a wild step on the Flight 2790 on Thursday, Atlanta police said in a statement.

She was accused of causing a midair “disturbance” that led to the “injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees,” police said.




A video tweeted by ATL Uncensored shows how the entire incident took place and turned into a heated conversation.

“Put your f— mask on!” she yells, while her own mask is stuck at the chin.

“Sit down, Karen!” he yelled at the woman.

 

Patricia Cornwall was accused of causing for creating “disturbance” that led to the “injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees.”

“You mask up, b—!” he yells back.

In the clip, she is further seen slapping the man, who shouts , “You’re going to jail!”

The crew members of the flight are seen trying to restrain the woman, who is led down the aisle while yelling, “You f— piece of s—!”

Cornwall told a fellow passenger on the flight to “Put your f— mask on!” while not wearing one.

Someone in the video clip said the woman “went crazy on the airplane, punched this man in the face, spit on him, scratched him (and) poured hot water on my leg.”

According to report, Cornwall acted all crazy when the man wouldn’t mask up while he was eating or drinking.

When the flight landed at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport at 6:10 p.m.; the police contacted and met the airline employees at Gate A11, where the passengers of the flight described the entire incident.

One police statement said, “FBI agents responded and took custody of Ms. Cornwall.”
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“Based on the statements gathered and visible evidence, officers detained Ms. Cornwall and contacted the on-call FBI agent,” police said in their statement.

“The officers then relocated with Ms. Cornwall to the domestic Atlanta Police precinct where FBI agents responded and took custody of Ms. Cornwall,” it added.

It wasn’t clear immediately what charges the woman would have to face.

“Flight 2790 from Tampa to Atlanta was met by law enforcement after an unruly customer disturbance during flight,” a Delta representative told to a local daily.

“Situations like these are rare for the vast majority of our customers and Delta has zero tolerance for unruly behavior at our airports and aboard our aircraft,” the statement further added.

What do you think about the incident that took place? Have you encountered similar situations in your life? What would you have done, if you were stuck in such a situation?

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