Southwest Passenger Attacks Fellow Passenger On Houston Flight
People are still losing their minds on flights these days. You would have thought that with masks no longer being required on planes that people would calm down some, but it still seems like every week we are seeing unruly passengers on the flights.
One of the latest incidents happened this past weekend on a Southwest Airlines flight out of Houston. The flight was bound for Columbus, Ohio when it had to make an emergency landing in Little Rock, Arkansas after a passenger flipped out and attacked another passenger.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the passenger was identified as Elom Agbegninou. Agbegninou, allegedly attempted to open the back door of the flight and then while being restrained bit a female passenger on her thigh.
Agbegninou, exhibited "unruly" behavior and allegedly bit the right thigh of a fellow passenger attempting to restrain her after she attempted to force her way through a door at the rear of the plane.
Apparently the bite was so hard the passenger had to be taken to the hospital after landing.
Still, I have to say kudos to the staff and passengers for making sure the woman was restrained and not able to access the door.