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Las Vegas police investigate alleged assault on plane at McCarran

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Las Vegas police are investigating an assault on an airplane at McCarran International Airport early Monday. Crews said the assault happened on a Spirit aircraft. (www.reviewjournal.com) More...

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DSHartje
Dwight Hartje 8
With what is going on in America nothing is a surprise anymore.
Rainoxer
Damien ENGEMANN 1
Anarchists & terrorists (antifa) probably thought the white paint of the plane was racist & supremacist...
Mmeyers7167
Michael Meyers -4
It’s the MAGA thing in full bloom!
pr0ject
El Kabong 8
I first saw the title as someone assaulting the aircraft itself as was like WTF? I mean it IS Spirit, but still, think of the airplanes!
Vellucci
Jim Vellucci 8
Who writes these headlines - second graders? I sure hope the plane fought back !
f4fntm
john doe 4
Shoot - I was expecting to read about some steroid-enraged 747 beating up on a defenseless Dash-8 or something.
GreggB57
Gregg Bender 4
Commercial aviation had become Greyhound with wings.
ssobol
Stefan Sobol 5
If only it was that good. Last time I checked you could get on a bus without the whole TSA thing.
sgbelverta
sharon bias 3
Clean-up at Gate 37
propman46
Michael Mitchell 1
Will Spirit Airlines never learn: Assault me once, shame on you; assault me twice, shame on me. First Detroit, now Las Vegas. Soon it will be system-wide. Just another reason why I will never fly on Spirit. Customer service; what customer service? Yes,I too thought it was an assault on the plane itself. I thought "You attack a plane, you assault a person." LOL
hdola
Harold Dola 1
Maybe they're back in business:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Were_Promised_Jetpacks

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