A woman who seemed determined to put passengers through a flight from hell was caught on video refusing to put her small dog in a carrier after it had been growling and snapping at the flight crew, according to the YouTube user who filmed the incident.
A police officer boards the plane after it was forced to return to the gate and tells the woman, who is not named, that the captain was requesting she get off the flight and take her dog with her.
“Then I want my money back before I get off this plane,” she retorts.
It’s unclear from the video when the incident took place but the upload date is Friday.
The officer told her she would be getting off the plane immediately, and she could sort out a refund with the airline afterward.
The woman says it’s “the worst airplane” before the cop interrupts and points out she is holding up the whole flight.
“I don’t care! You’re holding me up,” the woman responds.
The officer tells her she’ll go to jail unless she complies, to which she responds she is not. She then screams at the cop and calls him a “louse” when he tries to pick up her dog and threatens to “sue this country.”
The YouTube poster, called “MrAdowine,” dubbed the incident “Flight of Cujo,” after the Stephen King thriller about a rabid dog, and said the woman had been calling flight attendants names.
She can be heard screaming “help!” off-camera after being made to leave.
Watch the video of the incident here:
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