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A Southwest Airlines flight attendant was brutally beaten on a Wednesday flight by one of her passengers.
According to WAGA TV,
“Vyvianna Quinonez, 28, was escorted off the Southwest Airlines flight 700 at the San Diego International Airport after allegedly assaulting a flight attendant.”
And here’s the video that went viral on social media, taken by one of the other passengers on the same flight.
New video shows an altercation between Vyvianna Quinonez and a Southwest Airlines flight attendant. A union representative says the flight attendant lost two teeth when she was struck. Quinonez who was arrested on battery charges claims it was self-defense. pic.twitter.com/aCAHGHxF5b
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The sudden fight is stopped by a man who forcefully intercedes, shouting, “Sit down, lady … don’t you dare touch her!”
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According to CNN’s report of the story, the whole trigger of the fight is because the passenger was continuously asked to put the tray table in an upright position, as well as wear a seatbelt before landing, which strict orders apply for all passengers, but she selfishly decided to ignore them, causing problems for the work of the flight attendant.
“So, now she’s bleeding everywhere in the back looking at us and this lady who hit went back to her seat wore a mask — nothing happened seems like,” Taro Arai, a passenger on the Sunday flight who took pictures of the incident, told KOVR. “I’m like huh, Woah, I mean, she was so strong she could knock me out.”
“This past weekend, one of our Flight Attendants was seriously assaulted, resulting in injuries to the face and a loss of two teeth,” Lyn Montgomery, president of a local Transport Workers Union (TWU), wrote in a Monday letter to Southwest Airlines CEO and Chairman Gary Kelly.
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I am genuinely concerned about the mental health of our nation.