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AA Pilot takes down unruly passenger: ‘You don’t put your hands on my flight attendant!’

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LEXINGTON, KY Newly released video shows a Lexington, Ky. man being subdued by a pilot after a confrontation with the flight crew of an American Airlines flight to Charlotte. “You don’t put your hands on my flight attendant!” the pilot said as tackled the passenger. (www.stumbleupon.com) More...

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schoberingrid
Bad educated people are everywhere .....Perhaps it would be better to look onto the people before they get on the plane ( drunks may cause serious problems) and ....better.....do not serve 3 J.Daniel , only one is sufficient.....or water!
Sorry for the Stewardess, well done Mr.Pilot!
Matth2001
what is your point exactly ?
I will have 3 Jack Daniels with no problems !
FLYGAL767
Just 3 Jack Daniels and he's in that state?...methinks he was probably drinking heavily before he even got on the plane....shouldn't have been served any alcohol
fighter1988
Sometimes people can be a right pain.
namotlagh
namotlagh 4
Way to go Capt! I wouldn't hesitate to take down anyone who touches me or my flight crew members. Passengers are getting away with way too much these days and they're unacceptable behavior won't be tolerated on my jet.
fighter1988
Good on you Nicholas, some people need a good education
scott8733
scott8733 6
"In the unlikely event of a fellow dumbass passenger becoming belligerent after drinking excessively, here's how to assist crew members in subduing him/her until the authorities arrive".

Perhaps this line gets added right after the O2 mask demonstration.
TorstenHoff
Torsten Hoff 4
I love that a judge banned him from taking commercial flights. The crew showed remarkable restraint even though the eventual outcome was entirely predictable.

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