FBI officials say a woman was restrained with duct tape and zip ties after she got out of her seat and ran towards the exit as the plane was descending.
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Credit: Mecklenburg County Jail</span>
When three flight attendants tried to intervene in the emergency situation, Charlene Sarieann Harriott bit, kicked and hit them. The incident took place around 10:15 a.m. to 10:33 a.m on a flight between Dallas, TX and Charlotte, North Carolina.
The flight was 200 feet off the ground when she suddenly got up from her seat and ran towards the exit. Flight attendants yelled at Harriott to get back in her seat but she refused to comply.
A struggle took place as flight attendants tried to prevent the woman from reaching the cockpit. Eventually, the flight attendants were able to restrain Harriott from further outbursts in the first class section with duct tape and zip ties.
All three sustained injuries from being bitten, kicked and hit by Harriott and were seen by the Airport Medic before being sent to the American Airlines onsite medical clinic.
The plane touched down around 10:34 a.m., after which Harriott was arrested by waiting for law enforcement officers. No charges have been filed but are pending.
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