On Thursday, FBI agents arrested a 45-year-old man who allegedly harassed two women and urinated on a seat during the flight from Denver to Charleston. The intoxicated Frontier passenger was later charged with public exposure and interfering with flight crew.
Intoxicated Frontier Passenger Asked Woman About Sexual Life
According to a Frontier Airlines spokesperson, the incident occurred during flight 864 from Denver to Charleston on Thursday. The parties involved were Michael A. Haag, 45, and two female passengers, one of who goes by the name of Emily.
Approximately two hours after the plane took off from Denver, Haag inappropriately touched the woman who was seated next to him. Emily, who witnessed the scene, told Haag to leave the woman alone.
After a while, the rowdy passenger assaulted another woman on the plane. Emily claims that Haag stood in front of her and asked questions about her sex life.
Alerted by Haag’s disorderly behavior, the flight crew asked the first woman to leave her seat in case Haag returns.
As Emily pointed out, the individual appeared to be intoxicated. She also claimed to see him empty two travel-size vodka bottles before touching the woman seated next to him.
After a while, Haag stood up, unzipped his pants and urinated on the seat in front of him. Emily, the woman who witnessed the entire scene, was absolutely appalled by the fact that the flight crew missed Michael’s ‘performance.’
When the plane landed in Charleston, the intoxicated Frontier passenger was taken into custody by FBI agents. He was later charged with public exposure and interfering with flight crew.
Emily, who criticized Frontier’s flight staff for the anemic response, was moved to the back of the plane. She later received a $200 Frontier voucher for her trouble. The individual was released later that day after he posted bail.
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