American Airlines Passenger Brutally Assaulting Gate Agent At Miami Airport

Wagswoofs – A passenger aboard a flight from Miami to New York City has claimed that the plane was delayed for several hours on Monday night due to an alleged assault on a gate agent. American Airlines also confirmed the incident.

The flight from Miami International Airport to LaGuardia Airport was initially set to leave around 7:15 p.m. local time. However, it was delayed due to an alleged assault. As of Monday evening, the flight is now scheduled to depart Miami at 12:15 a.m. on Tuesday.

American Airlines stated that earlier in the evening, they had requested law enforcement at Miami International Airport in response to a disturbance on the jet bridge. The incident involved a customer physically assaulting a team member. The airline expressed their strong stance against acts of violence towards their colleagues and emphasized their commitment to cooperating with law enforcement in their investigation.

A passenger onboard the plane recounted a disturbing incident involving a fellow passenger. As per the passenger’s account, a man was requested to return to the gate by the airline staff. Shockingly, he reacted violently, striking the agent and causing her to bleed. The pilot made an announcement about the incident, which was also reiterated by the passenger.

According to the passenger, the pilot informed them of an incident that occurred on their plane. He stated, “We were attempting to remove a disturbed individual from the aircraft when he became enraged and physically assaulted our gate agent. As a result, she is unconscious and lying on the floor. This is a highly serious situation.”

According to the pilot, the walkway between the airport and the plane was stained with a considerable amount of blood as a result of the reported assault.

As of 8:30 p.m., the Miami-Dade County Police Department spokesperson confirmed that there have been no reports of an assault.

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