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A JetBlue passenger who refused to wear a mask or stop drinking alcohol during the flight could be slapped with a $14,500 FAA fine

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A JetBlue Airways passenger could be struck with a $14,500 fine, the FAA said. The man was maskless and drinking alcohol he had brought on board — both illegal acts. He was escorted away by police at JFK airport after an emergency landing. A JetBlue Airways passenger could face fines up to $14,500 from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for refusing to wear a mask, drinking his own alcohol, and causing other disruptive behaviour on a flight last year, AP reports. The passenger was… (www.businessinsider.com) More...

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pthomas745
Pa Thomas 4
Alcohol and airports do not mix.
ukusapkm07201942
Paul Miller 3
Well, He's had some Three Months to work all this out, a smart lawyer in tow to the court hearing and looking as if Butter would not melt in his mouth and he get's off with just a slap on the wrist ? My Views are now to Ban him from ALL USA Flights for life ? so maybe That would teach these Rude Idiots a good lesson.
SpaceRanger
Guillotine!
patpylot
patrick baker 1
america is the country welcoming nonconformists, if not for humor's sake. THese acts need to be slapped down firmly, for some degree of obedience is needed for each temporary community of air travelers stuck together in some flight to somewhere. First, he gets to pick out bus and train travel domestically for a long time. Second, some public service gruesome tasks seem in order. Enough of a dollar fine , to capture his fleeting attention span, is also suitable.

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