Marissa Rundell, 19, was leaving New York with her eight-month-old son Mason to fly upstate to Syracuse when a fellow passenger began swearing and insulting the pair.
“She came to the back and slammed her bags down. She said ‘this is f**king ridiculous. It’s bulls**t having to sit in the back of the plane’,” Rundell told Daily Mail about the February 6 flight with Delta Airlines.
She and her son were sitting in the second last row of the aircraft.
When the woman’s swearing showed no sign of abating, Rundell asked her to please watch her language around children.
“I said again please watch your language, she told me to ‘shut the f**k up and shove it’. That’s when the flight attendant came over and asked what the problem was,” Rundell said.
That’s also when Rundell began filming and the footage of the unidentified woman speaks for itself. She is dreadful.
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First, slamming her coat down in the seat next to her – across the aisle from Rundell – the woman starts saying she doesn’t “want to sit next to a crying baby”.
“He wasn’t crying or fussing at all,” Rundell later said.
When the flight attendant tells the woman she cannot move seats, the lady asks her name. “Tabitha,” was the reply, along with her employee number.