British Airways Stormed by Middle Aged Drunk Women

Friday, January 4, 2013
By George Hatcher


Two drunk women caused a British Airways flight Gatwick to Tunis flight to divert to Lyon. At 30,000 feet, the women smoked in the bathroom, and exhibited disruptive behavior, refusing to sit, attempting to get into the cockpit, and threatening to “track down and kill” the family of a BA stewardess.

They were arrested in Lyon, where gendarmes tossed them in the drunk tank overnight, and sent them back.

British Airways may ban them from flying BA flights.

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