Picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue: American Airlines flight attendant ‘whacks a mother while she holds her twin babies’

A shocking video has emerged showing an American Airlines employee challenging a passenger to a fight after allegedly hitting a woman with a stroller on a domestic flight.

The upsetting footage, filmed before Flight 591 departed from San Francisco on Friday afternoon, shows the airline staff member goading a passenger and saying, ‘hit me’.

The clip was uploaded by passenger Surain Adyanthaya, who explained he started filming after the flight attendant ‘violently took a stroller from a lady with her baby on my flight, hitting her and just missing the baby’.

  • ntt1

    Airline policy seems to be that they can abuse passengers as much and whenever they like and simply deplane any one who resists. this power drunk little shit should be the poster boy of all that is wrong with aiorlines.
    Its not a new problem,25 years ago We enjoyed a bangkok to seoul flight on Thai airways, deferential and polite air crews offered delicious food and softspoken charm. at Seoul we boarded canadian air for the last leg home,the attitude was ; SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP. rude menepausal harridens screamed at an aged chinese lady who didn’t speak english, they refused to allow us to use over head bins and service was sullen and mostly nonexistant. a flaming homosexual crew chief escallated all situations with faggy needling and sarcasm. we complained of course as did many but we got the usual corporate nonaplogy.

    • Alain

      That brings back memories of when travelling back to Japan when our children were very small and made the mistake of flying on a Canadian airline. They were rude, extremely poor service and the food awful. I changed to Japan Air for the return and it was worth the extra cost of changing. I have also flown Thai in the past and loved it for the same reason you mention. Anyway after that experience we only flew Japan Air for trips to Japan.

  • Maggat

    Are we sure this is not an Air Canada story?