She caused a violent outburst inside a crowded flight by smashing a laptop over her boyfriend's head, who she has accused of 'looking at another woman'.
Anger, when not kept under check, leads to harmful acts, both to others and oneself. In a bizarre incident, a woman violently smashed a laptop over her boyfriend's head for 'looking at another woman' on an American Airlines flight between Los Angeles and Miami.
The furious woman shocked fellow passengers as she went on with this violent act. The viral video shows the argument escalating after she accused him of looking at another woman. Flight attendants were then forced to intervene and tell the boyfriend to leave the plane. As he made his way up the aisle, she chases him down and hit him over the head with a laptop. The woman has since been arrested.
American Airlines gave a statement to The Sun Online: “Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were traveling together were involved in a dispute. Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft. We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation. Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers. Please contact the Miami-Dade Police Department for any further details on their investigation.”
Definitely assault.— Antonia Omobola Ewetuga (@AntoniaEwetuga) July 23, 2019
Just imagine what goes on behind closed doors away from the public eye and witnesses.
According to modern psychologists, jealousy is a complex emotion that encompasses feelings ranging from fear of abandonment to rage and humiliation. It strikes both men and women and is most typically aroused when a person perceives a threat to a valued relationship from a third party.
The threat may be real or imagined. Well, it certainly seems like the 'third party' here may have been this 'other woman' who the boyfriend had been accused of looking at. But let us be real now. Surely such disputes are settled in ways that bring out positive emotions. Violent outbursts such as this only further escalate the situation and cause more permanent damage in relationships.
Don't Look Ethel— Otto (@ottoclinton) July 24, 2019
should it be Memo.
Memo gets crowned with a laptop on his head by his girlfriend for looking at other women on Flight
Woman smashes laptop over boyfriend's head for 'looking at woman' https://t.co/IQIVxXkj7R via @YouTube
The video posted on social media which has since gone viral shows the argument initially escalating, with the woman shouting at her boyfriend, known as Memo, and calling him "a n*****" multiple times. She became enraged after accusing her boyfriend of looking at other women. "You wanna f***ing try to look at other women?' She threatened, while also yelling at him to "shut the f*** up".
As the furious row began to make the other passengers extremely uncomfortable, a cabin crew member intervened to attempt to calm the situation. The cabin crew member brought to attention that there was a small child in the vicinity and no one is urged to act rashly.
One passenger was so upset by the entire incident that she told the flight attendant to "Just take her off the plane". Following that the flight attendant asked the angry woman to bring her bags to the front of the plane. At this point, she began to threaten her boyfriend with insults and taunts. Then she goes on to slap him, much to the gasping horror of the other passengers.
The flight attendants then realized that the two of them must be separated if peace is to endure. They made the boyfriend come to the front of the plane, but this was when she ran after him down the aisle and smashed a Dell laptop over his head before continuing to shove and slap him again. At this point, the law enforcement officers were notified and the two of them were removed from the plane.
“Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were travelling together were involved in a dispute. Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft.— Incident Alerts (@Incident_Alerts) July 24, 2019