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Flight Attendant Taken Off Plane After Telling Passengers Plane Will Likely CrashChicago, IL – Last week we had a story about a family getting kicked off a JetBlue flight because of an unruly toddler, now we got an American Airlines flight attendant getting kicked off her plane because of a possible mental breakdown.

Passengers on flight 2332 got a bit of a FINAL DESTINATION moment Friday morning when one of the flight attendants could be heard over the intercom speaking in and out of Spanish, stating that if the plane took off it was going to crash.

“She made two comments, that if we didn’t go back to the gate we would crash,” said passenger Stephen Termunde. “It was almost like she was talking, and didn’t know the PA was on.”

Other flight attendants tried to get the intercom phone out of her hands and even enlisted the help of some first class passengers. One of those passengers said it took about five people to restrain her.

“I grabbed her arms, there were about four of us, I guess, five of us, including the flight attendants who actually sat her back down in my seat,” Kevin Ritch said. “She began talking rants, sporadically church, dying, crashes…”

Another passenger helping to keep the woman under control said she mentioned she was bipolar.

The plane aborted takeoff and returned to the gate where the woman was escorted off and taken to the hospital for evaluation. One of her colleagues was also taken to the hospital after getting injured during the melee.

“We will ensure that the affected flight attendants receive proper care, and we commend our other crew members for their assistance in quickly getting the aircraft back to the gate so that customers could be re-accommodated,” American Airlines spokesman Ed Martelle said.

As for Kevin Ritch, Stephen Termunde, and the rest of the people on flight 2332, someone has a message for you.

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  • CT

    “get out of my way” in her best Satanic like voice was a highlight for me.  I’m certain I wouldn’t find it all that fucking funny if I were on that plane but it was pretty comical on this end.  I wonder if I can save that somehow as an email notification on my phone. 

  • Zazen

    The things some people will do for some time off….

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    I have to say that I am getting SICK and tired of people using bipolar as an excuse, anyone who has it, or knows someone that has it knows full well that it does NOT manifest itself in this way at all. 

    She may well be bipolar, but that does not and would not explain her actions.

  • Sam

    Ha! But who knows whether she was right or not? The plane DID go back to the gate, so maybe it DID avoid all those little occurances that cumulate into making a plane crash. I’m betting she’s sitting in her rubber room forcibly hugging herself feeling rather vindicated, personally.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Must have been the children who push her over the edge.

  • malq

     As I was reading your comment and flossing my teeth with a pubic hair, I have a few things to say. First…
    FUCK YOU ASSHOLE I HATE YOU AND YOUR FONT SUCKS, IF I COULD REACH THROUGH THE SCREEN AND CHOKE YOU I WOULD!  I totally agree with your post, I love all your comments man, bipolar people are extremely hard to spot. you have a good say buddy. SCREW YOU PENCILNECK GEEK. Love you man.

  • buhbam

    Bitch was growwwwwling!  Funny!

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    As for me. After hearing her say that. I don’t think I’d be making the flight after all. I want  my money back!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Just so you know, my girlfriend of nearly 3 years is BP, and whilst I will never understand what she goes through, I have seen both manic and depressive states, and believe me I don’t envy the life she has to live each and every day. Not just the shit she goes through, but the shit she faces from others that have NO idea what she goes through. It’s people like this woman that blame things on their BP that really makes it difficult for people with BP to try and lead a relatively normal life….. ;)

  • malq

     Yeah I get that, but no one is safe from ridicule here. Hope your girlfriend finds peace. By the way, my comment was directed to people with tourrettes, not bipolar.  :D  how’s that for a lie?

  • JGo555

    Hmmm someone had a complete breakfast that morning. Oj, milk, some fruits & crazy flakes! Oh & guess what? She got Crazy Flakes with a nice little AA toy airplane inside the box!

  • LeaveMeBe

    I’m sitting here trying to come up with a good schtick to pull at work to get myself some time off. I work at a crisisline for teens. Any suggestions?

  • sugarpie

    Say what you want, but I would not have wanted to be on that plane after that.  But then again I am afraid to fly even on a good day.

  • Zazen

    Since I am a sick bitch my suggestion would most likely get you a nice post here. What little conscience I have left is telling me that’s prolly a bad idea.

  • kimbev69

    Fyi i have just been diagnosed with bipolar at the age of 42, i have always been able to muddle through life but let me tell u i noticed i started being short with people, fighting with every cust serv type person even at the drugstore, throwing fits of a sort, i even blew up on people here and on true crime report, i have been on disability since 10/12 and let me just say with meds and therapy i am no better

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    I am in tears laughing, holding my mouth closed so that people can’t hear me and it’s making me laugh harder. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Apparently, even with meds you will only be balanced 50% of the time, if you are lucky. My girlfriend isn’t one of those ‘lucky’ ones. 

    She’s 47 now and was diagnosed at 44, so like you had gone through life for that long without knowing what was going on with her. It’s a horrible illness, and my sympathies go to those that have it. I wouldn’t wish it on my worse enemy (well maybe the ex wife) to be honest!

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    ((((kimbev69)))). Don’t curse me out for the hug. ;)

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I would have found it just as hilarious if I’d been on the plane. You probably would have been able to hear me in the background.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    No offence was taken ;) However, I must point out that tourrettes sufferers don’t often come out with expletives etc. It’s a common misconception lol :)

  • LeaveMeBe

    I was verbally reprimanded once by my supervisor for being “unprofessional”. He couldn’t quit laughing while he was doing it though. A mom wanted to get rid of her 13 girl because she was “out of control” (if I had a nickel for everytime I’ve heard those words, I’d be a really rich bitch). After discussing the situation and explaining that she couldn’t just drop her daughter off at a runaway shelter or a CPS office without facing legal consequences, she called me a liar and accused me of being a racist. We continued to go round and round with her insisting I was holding out on her and her being verbally abusive to me. She just knew that there had to be somewhere, a shelter, that she could take her unwanted and slightly used kid to and drop her off with no reprecussions. I had already slightly smarted off at one point early in the conversation and told her that there were no humane societies for children (it went over her head) so finally I just said “You’re right, I have been lying to you. There are shelters but the only ones taking kids at this point are kill shelters and they only hold them for 7 days before they euthanize them in case you change your mind. Would you like the address of the one closest to you?” She got mad and hung up and called my boss. :)

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    From my brain to your keyboard. ;)

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I hear what your saying and I’m in the same place as your girlfriend with mine. I have a great doctor and supportive people around me so mine is relatively under control. 
    My aunt with PB disorder does have serious issues with reality when she is manic just like this woman. Hers is so severe that it is treated with lithium. 

  • Zazen

    That is awesome.

  • malq

     You are incorrigible.

  • Lena60

    Yeah. sugarpie, I think I would skip the plane flight after that.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Where is your sense of adventure?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    No, no, no! I am an areshole, get it right please lol!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    My G/F is on 900mg lithium, and a whole host of other things….it’s no way to live your life :(

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I’m sorry to hear that, lithium is a real bitch. I’ve been lucky enough to be able to stay off of it. I really hope she reaches a point where she can stop taking it. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Unlikely I am afraid, I think there must be a different approach here in the UK to it, as lithium is usually the first drug you are given. Often anti-psychotic’s are given too, along with anti-convulsants 

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    I can’t comment on how every doctor does things in the US, but mine approached lithium as a last ditch effort. At least you sounds like a caring and understanding guy about it. I really wish you guys the best.

  • kimbev69

    I would never, well at least not these days and thank you and sorry i think you were one of the unfortunate ones i went over the edge with

  • kimbev69

    Aww thank you this is killing me i ffel like i should be happy but take my 2 yr old to daycare then come home to cry or sit and watch the clock i just dont get it

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