Delta Airlines passenger assaults air marshal and throws coffee

Marco Green
April 23, 2018

A 45-year-old American citizen now living in London who was a passenger on a Delta flight from the United Kingdom to Salt Lake City, Utah was arrested Thursday after a freaky outburst grabbed the attention of everyone on board.

"Citing U.S. district court documents filed on Friday, SFGate wrote that Beach, 45, was arrested on misdemeanor assault charges, and accused of throwing coffee at other passengers on the flight, repeatedly running up and down the aisle and toppling a beverage cart, and jumping on an air marshal's back and "[placing] her hands on his head, neck, and jawline". "What if she tried to open the door?" "And I imply she's exclusively a small lady, actually", Nicholls recalled to the information station.

"She actually sprinted down the tip".

"It went over seven passengers, even a few or probably about six, almost he also said".

Seashore was charged with misdemeanor assault.

Sarah Maria Beach allegedly attacked a federal air marshal during a flight on Thursday. In this photo, a Delta flight lands at the Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah, Aug. 19, 2004.

"According to the complaint, she was initially calm with the marshals and was escorted to the bathroom three times".

A second air marshal pulled Beach off his colleague's back and handcuffed her. It was not immediately clear as to what provoked her actions.

Nicholls stated Beach, an American citizen who resides at London, tossed a cup of coffee into the atmosphere, hitting on the ceiling that resulted in the fluid to go "the walls down".

The woman would face a maximum of a year in federal prison if convicted of a crime.

Back in March, Delta Airlines was sued by a female passenger who claimed she was groped during an worldwide flight and the airline gave her a cold shoulder about the incident. "She could not get to the again door however then she ran once more". As he was sitting across the aisle to Beach, he was able to have a conversation with her, as she supposedly told him that she has "a lot going on in her life". "This is not an airlines specific problem this is an industrywide problem".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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