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Seattle-Tacoma Airport Arrests Woman After She Refuses To Put Bag In Carry-On Bin

Seattle-Tacoma Airport Arrests Woman After She Refuses To Put Bag In Carry-On Bin

A woman was arrested at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after she refused to move luggage up to bins on a United Airlines flight Tuesday, reported Brian Michael of ABC-affiliate KOMO TV Tuesday. The fight resulted in police escorting of all passengers off the plane for safety reasons.
The woman and her mother, in her 80s, had a bag under the seat in front of them that also spread onto the row. The flight crew wanted them to move it to the overhead bin, but the passengers did not want to, said Sea-Tac spokesperson Brian Deroy. Police cleared the plane after an argument resulting from a language barrier began between the two women and flight employees.
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