Drunk Passenger Claims He’s Sober Enough to Fly | Airline | A&E

A passenger who has had a little bit too much to drink tries convincing flight attendants he’s sober enough to fly.

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39 thoughts on “Drunk Passenger Claims He’s Sober Enough to Fly | Airline | A&E

  1. He's no less angrier than someone who is yelling…it is his quiet voice that gives the impression he's under control. If he was under control he would have never gotten drunk in the first place.
    We like yelling in rock n roll just not yelling when someone's angry.

  2. In Germany if someone is disruptive in an airport, the employee immediately calls for Security.
    When the Security Officers arrive, they try to calm the situation and attempt to resolve the problem.
    If the person that is disruptive can not control himself or herself, conversation will come to a halt and the person is arrested. It's cut and dry.
    If the Airport Police suspect someone of carrying drugs in their carryon luggage, they go to the suspected person and politely explain they want to check his or her luggage.
    They don't go through the luggage, they apply a chemical to the luggage and check to see if the chemical changes color.
    There is no such thing as a "right to consent" in this type of situation.
    If the suspected person refuses to cooperate, the Airport Police will no longer be polite and other measures are taken.

  3. It's just yanks in jobs thinking their somebody because they have power over people…patronising the customer because he was slightly drunk…he wasn't bothering anybody or causing trouble…wouldn't visit the states if you paid me….all up their own holes

  4. Watching these, it always amuses me that whenever they have someone too drunk to fly, they (the drunk person) always think it’s a matter of them being belligerent or they think it’s as if they’ve been pulled over and they are trying to talk their way out of a DUI and want to take a sobriety test. When it’s actually about their and the other passenger’s safety and the fact that planes are pressurized to around 8k feet while in flight which can make someone feel even more inebriated.

  5. Oh how the times have changed. I hate to fly so I use to get pretty drunk before boarding. Several times I boarded with a 6-pack and drank my own beer to save money.
    Guess it’ll be Xanax if I fly again…maybe one beer to help it kick in.

  6. I would never fly with southwest, just to save a few bugs, there is no other airline, that refuses a passenger boarding, because they had a couple of drinks, southwest sells more tickets than they have seats, by denying some passengers boarding, they are able to give the seats to the overbooked passengers, like kill two birds with one stone!🇩🇪

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