Angry Woman Suspended From Her Job After Screaming At A Mom With A Crying Toddler On Plane

A video of a government worker who was being rude on a plane has gone viral. Susan Peirez was not happy about sitting next to a mother and a baby, so she complained to the flight attendant who tried to defuse the situation!

In the process, Susan got mad at the employee then asked for her name, after which she threatened the flight attendant saying, “you might not have a job tomorrow.”

19-year-old Marissa Rundell was the flight passenger who was with her baby. She filmed the entire interaction between Susan and the airline employee. Tabitha, the flight attendant, reacted to the government worker’s threat by getting her kicked off the plane.

Did the lady deserve to be kicked off a flight? Susan, upon realizing that she would be taken off that particular flight, then began to apologize for being rude to the mother and Tabitha. Susan was eventually removed from the Delta flight. She was also suspended from her job with the New York State government after the video went viral.

Ronni Reich, director of public information for the Council where Susan worked, told the UK DailyMail that state employees should not behave like that in public. He revealed that they have been informed about the situation and an investigation has commenced into Susan’s behavior.

Marissa Rundell, on the other hand, stated that while Susan was rude, she did not believe the woman deserved to have her job taken away. During an interview with Good Morning America, she explained that she began recording primarily because Susan was acting quite comically when she boarded the plane.

She walked to the back and slammed her suitcases down. ‘This is f***ing ridiculous,’ she exclaimed. It’s nonsense to have to sit in the back of the plane.’ I began recording primarily because I found her acting to be amusing. I don’t think she deserved it, and people keep telling her not to feel bad because she deserved it… I honestly do not believe she did.

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