Woman launches homophobic, racist rant at plane passenger
A woman has been caught on camera launching into a homophobic and racist rant at a fellow passenger on an LAX Airport bound plane.
In a shocking video, the woman can be heard telling a man sitting near her, “You’re gay-looking a**e n****er.”
The woman repeatedly ordered her fellow plane passenger to “shut the f**k up” as the plane prepares to land at the Los Angeles airport.
Watch the video below:
In the three-minute long video, which was obtained by the Mirror Online, the woman goes on to brand the man a “white skin a**e n***er.”
After being told to mind her language by other passengers because of a child sat nearby, the woman yelled: “That’s not my kid, I don’t give a f**k.”
She added: “Shut your f***ing mouth, it’s got nothing to do with you.”
The footage was taken on November 2 on an internal USA flight to the Los Angeles airport.
Woman’s rant on plane lasted for an hour
Passengers reported the woman ranting at customers and crew for “about an hour.”
However, it’s unclear what the airline was and where the flight came from.
The person who filmed the video told the Mirror Online: “Shortly before this video was filmed she threatened a flight attendant who appeared to come up and try to calm here after other attendants had been unsuccessful.
“You’re gay-looking a**e n****er.”
“That flight attendant called for ground control and I assume the police who did end up escorting her off the flight once we landed.”
He continued: “She used racially tinged language and homophobic slurs on flight personnel as well as passengers.”
The video comes after another passenger was filmed on a Ryanair flight launching into a racist tirade at a woman sitting near him.
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The man, David Mesher, called fellow passenger Delsie Gayle an “ugly black bastard” in the video, which has since gone viral.
He apologised for his behaviour on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, claiming he lost his temper “a bit.”
Gayle rejected Mesher’s apology.
“You must forget and forgive but it’s going to take a long time for me to get over what he has done to me,” she said on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
In a statement posted on Twitter on October 21, Ryanair said: “We are aware of this video and have reported this matter to Essex Police.”