The woman who freaked out on an American Airlines flight when she didn't believe a passenger was "real" has confirmed she has been banned from travelling with the company.
Tiffany Gomas went viral after a video of her on an aeroplane having a screaming rant about a passenger who she claimed was “not real”. The 38-year-old was filmed pointing at the back of the domestic US flight cabin, shouting: "I’m getting the f*** off and there’s a reason why I’m getting the f*** off and everyone can either believe it or they can not believe it.
"I don’t give two f***s, but I am telling you right now – that motherf***er back there is NOT real. You can sit on this plane and you can die with them or not. I'm not going to." The July 2 incident happened on America Airlines Flight 1009, which was scheduled to depart from Fort Worth, Dallas to Orlando.
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But while she has since apologise for the incident — which she described as a "stressful altercation" with another passanger — she claims she has been banned from travelling with the airline. The marketing executive spoke about the incident on BlazeTV with host Alex Stien, describing the ban as "inconvinient".
The presenter has asked if she still travels with "AA", to which she said "No." He immediately replied: "Yeah, because you're p****d at them. I would be p****d too…"
But she insisted that she wasn't angry with the comany for banning her. She added: "I'm not p****d. I'm banned from American Airlines. Very inconvient."
She has since tweeted a clip of the segment, which has gained more than 70,000 views. Many of her X (Twitter) followers have called for her ban to be lifted as they took to the comments to give their opinion.
One user said: "I think we need a petition to have your ban removed!." Another added: "Unbelievable." A third commented: "Needs to unban you."
American Airlines has been contaced by the Daily Star for a comment.
The news comes after Tiffany opened up about why she was shouting about a passenger who apparently was "not real" while being interviwed on the Pardon My Take podcast.
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