Marissa Rundell, 19, who was travelling with her eight-month-old son Mason, said the incident took place on board an aircraft which was about to take off from New York’s JFK Airport
Video of the drama was shared on social media by Marissa Rundell who was on the flight to Syracuse, New York, on February 6.
The 19-year-old said the woman started shouting and swearing after boarding the aircraft last.
She told the Daily Mail the unidentified woman “slammed” down her bags and starting ranting that it was “f***ing ridiculous” that she had to sit at the back of the plane.
Marissa claims she asked the irate passenger to mind her language around her son, but she ignored her.
When she asked again, the mum claims the woman told her to “shut the f*** up and shove it”.
A stewardess then came over to try and calm the situation, at which point the passenger started to complain about having to sit next to a “crying baby”.
The flight attendant can be heard in the clip offering to seat the woman on the following flight.
But the customer refuses, instead asking for the staff member’s name.
When she replies that she is called Tabitha, the woman can be heard saying: “Thank you Tabitha, you may not have a job, tomorrow.”
At this point the flight attendant turns to someone off-screen and says: “I want this lady off my flight.”
The angry passenger then suddenly changes her tune, apologising and begging to be allowed to stay on board.
But it did no good and she was reportedly forced to leave the plane, according to Marissa.
The young mum said: “She got her things and was again swearing up a storm saying they’ll all regret kicking her off the plane.
“I thought it was funny how she was acting like a child throwing a tantrum.”
Marissa hailed the staff at Delta – especially Tabitha – for how they handled the situation.
And social media users were also full of praise for the stewardess for her calmness and professionalism.
Source UK Sun