Drunk Woman Attacks Flight Crew With Prosthetic Leg
A SUPER SLIZZED woman caused a disturbance on a plane overseas when she asked for a parachute so she could “jump off ” and then attacked the cabin crew with her prosthetic leg when they denied her request.
A flight to Edinburgh was diverted to London after a drunk passenger attacked cabin crew with her prosthetic leg.
The woman, 48, demanded “cigarettes and a parachute” and kicked off when crew asked her to quieten down.
Startled eye-witness John Smith, 48, from Falkirk, said she slapped a young girl in a neighbouring seat before unfastening her leg and swinging it at shocked stewardesses.
The crew managed to restrain her and put her in handcuffs while the pilot of Thomson flight 297 from Enfindha, Tunisia, to Edinburgh, made an emergency landing at Gatwick.
She was then escorted from the plane by cops – as relieved passengers broke into a rousing rendition of the Hokey Cokey.
The mile-high meltdown happened at about 10pm on the Edinburgh-bound flight on Wednesday night.
Father-of-two labourer John said last night: “We were coming back from Tunisia when this lady kicked off. She was off her face on drink.
“She was shouting ‘I want cigarettes’ and that she wanted a parachute to jump off the plane.
“She slapped a young girl and then assaulted the cabin crew with her prosthetic leg.
“They took it off her, but she started kicking them with her good leg.
“It sounds funny, but it was not a laughing matter at the time. It was serious. She was totally drunk. It was pretty shocking.”
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