United Airlines Apologizes After Customers Complain About 'Drunk Or Stoned' Flight Attendant!

United Airlines Apologizes After Customers Complain About 'Drunk Or Stoned' Flight Attendant!

"Boarding announcements were 'if your seatbelt isn't tight, you F^*%ed up,'" the passenger wrote, according to NBC Bay Area.

She also alleged the stewardess appeared drunk and got extremely close to another traveller.

Gorman was on a United Airlines flight from Denver to Williston, North Dakota {Trans States Airlines flight 4689}, when she witnessed the weird behavior of an unnamed flight attendant.

Passenger Erika Gorman took to Twitter after the United flight claiming that the attendant had started swearing over the tannoy.

According to Click 2 Houston, the stewardess was not arrested when the flight landed. Drunk or stoned attendant jeopardized everyone's lives. Gorman said she spoke to the pilot and told him "they had an out of control attendant". The person added: "I went to the cockpit and talked to the captain and police were waiting when we landed".

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A spokesperson for Trans States Airlines told the publication that the employee is now being "held out of service" in the meantime.

"We are aware of a concerning incident involving a flight attendant serving on our regional service provider Trans States Airlines flight 4689", wrote United Airlines in a statement obtained by PEOPLE following the incident.

At least one passenger tweeted to United about the incident.

Gorman followed up her original tweet with the one above.

United responded to Erika's Tweets asking for more details and later apologised to the customers on-board, saying it is refunding all of their airfares "as a gesture of goodwill". A flight attendant told the owner, Catalina Robledo, to place the animal in the overhead bin rather than underneath the seat.

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