American Airlines passenger was refused beer — so he screamed & fought

An American Airlines flight from St. Croix to Miami was overtaken by a drunk man who yelled berated terms at a crew member who refused to serve him more alcohol, reported the Daily Mail. Jason Felix was standing in the aisle yelling when a flight attendant refused to give him a beer. “No more beers,”  the flight attendant said. “You my bartender?’ Felix responded. “Yes, I’m your bartender,” the flight attendant said. Felix refused to calm down and can be heard calling a passenger a “f*ggot.” Once the flight landed police immediately boarded, and escorted Felix off of the flight. WATCH!

It began with a ruckus in the bathroom. They were the noises of Jason Felix, one of the passengers on Wednesday’s American Airlines flight out of Saint Croix, according to an FBI affidavit recounting events leading up to his arrest.

A flight attendant at the back of the plane could hear Felix rummaging around, opening and closing cabinets. When the attendant opened the door to check, Felix slammed it back shut and relocked it.

The passenger emerged some time later, in his “Unity” T-shirt, and cursed out the flight attendant as he made his way back to seat 17 B.

Another man had the aisle seat. He had been getting up each time Felix got up or sat down, listening each time Felix ordered a beer from the same attendant he insulted with slurs.

The man was a police officer in the U.S. Virgin Islands, he would later tell the FBI. He said he knew Felix there — or at least knew of him by reputation, which was apparently not good. Whatever had agitated him in the bathroom did not bode well for the rest of the flight.

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