“This is the worst ever.” Southwest Airlines flight attendants lose their teeth after assault

Southwest Airlines flight attendants Two teeth were knocked out By an unruly female passenger on Sunday.

The attack occurred after a flight from Sacramento landed in San Diego.

TheĀ· The attack was reported by passengers Transport union chairman Lin Montgomery said there were 477 cases of misconduct by passengers in the southwest between April 8 and May 15. Montgomery sent a letter to Southwestern CEO Gary Kelly.

According to Dallas-based airlinesPassengers repeatedly ignored standard in-flight instructions (upright tray tables, seat belts, etc.) and became verbal and physical abuse during landing. “

According to ABC News, San Diego Port Police arrested Vyvianna Quinonez and charged her with a battery to seriously injure her. The woman was arrested upon arriving in San Diego and disembarked from the plane.

In 2021, more than 2,500 uncontrollable passenger cases have been reported by the Federal Aviation Administration so far. This includes 1,900 cases in which passengers refused to wear face masks.

“I’ve been in the industry since 1992, which is the worst ever,” Montgomery told The Associated Press. “People seem more angry. Compliance seems to be more difficult when they are asked to do something.”