Kid Claims He Wasn’t Tripping Passengers & Misbehaving on Flight | Airline | A&E

A kid tries to act innocent after misbehaving on a flight in this clip from Season 2, Episode 8 of #Airline.

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38 thoughts on “Kid Claims He Wasn’t Tripping Passengers & Misbehaving on Flight | Airline | A&E

  1. So I looked it up and this kid passed away of a rare cancer at age 30 back in 2020 in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Surprisingly he does not seem to have had any criminal history as an adult. He had graduated from high school and then a vocational center, and had ended up a supervisor at a national moving company. At the time he passed away, William had a 7-year-old daughter of his own and it is clear from his social media that he loved and cared for her very much. I guess this all goes to show that you can't really make accurate predictions based on one snapshot of a youngster's life. I feel like this show did him a disservice, and should have blocked out his identity.

  2. As lax as Dad was when told of the budding monster's behavior, the two airline personnel were just as bad by laughing and smiling about his ridiculous behavior. Makes one wonder where the adults are.

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