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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 31: A Delta airlines aircraft landing from Los Angeles at Kingsford Smith International airport on October 31, 2021 in Sydney, Australia. Australia's COVID-19 border restrictions will ease from Monday 1 November to allow quarantine-free travel. Fully vaccinated international travellers into New South Wales and Victoria will no longer be required to enter mandatory hotel quarantine. Australian citizens will also be able to leave the country without requiring a travel exemption. Prior to the restrictions lifting on 1 November, all international arrivals are required to complete 14-days of mandatory hotel quarantine. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images)

We’ve been hearing so much over the last year about unruly passengers on airplanes, and this is no different as an Irish man mooned a flight attendant after refusing to wear a mask.

The Delta Airlines flight was going from Dublin to New York when according to a federal complaint, 29 year-old Shane McInerney “refused to wear a mask, threw a can that hit another passenger, and pulled down his pants and exposed his buttocks to a flight attendant”.

McInerney caused many disturbances while on the flight, and the pilot even tried to speak with him at one point, as he complained about the food, refused many requests to wear his mask, and wouldn’t stay in his seat.

In a statement, Delta said the airline “has zero tolerance for unruly behavior at our airports and aboard our aircraft as nothing is more important that the safety of our people and our customers.”

McInerney was taken into custody upon landing at JFK and has been charged with interfering with flight crew, a felony.

SOURCE: HuffPost

 

TSA Reveals The 10 Most Unusual Items Found In 2021

  • #1 Chainsaw (New Orleans International Airport)

    TSA Displays Unusual Array Of Weapons And Prohibited Items Seized At JFK Airport

    NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 18: A toy chainsaw is displayed after being confiscated at an airport security checkpoint at the JFK International Airport on November 18, 2014 in New York City. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), displayed a cash of weapons and prohibited items taken up from travelers at airport security checkpoints and from checked luggage. The federal agency is reminding people to pack carefully during the heavy holiday travel season. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

  • #2 A wine holder shaped like a gun (Sacramento International Airport)

  • #3 Fireworks (Syracuse Hancock International)

    Fireworks for the Fourth of July

    391274 02: Color-emitting sparkling fireworks are on display June 28, 2001 in Denver, CO. (Photo by Michael Smith/Getty Images)

  • #4 Machete (Reagan Washington National)

  • #5 Bear spray (Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport)

  • #6 A meat cleaver (Harrisburg International Airport)

    TSA Displays Unusual Array Of Weapons And Prohibited Items Seized At JFK Airport

    NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 18: A meat cleaver is displayed after being confiscated at an airport security checkpoint at the JFK International Airport on November 18, 2014 in New York City. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), displayed a cash of weapons and prohibited items taken up from travelers at airport security checkpoints and from checked luggage. The federal agency is reminding people to pack carefully during the heavy holiday travel season. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

  • #7 Gun belt buckle (Honolulu International Airport)

    TSA Displays Unusual Array Of Weapons And Prohibited Items Seized At JFK Airport

    NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 18: A belt buckle with a toy gun is displayed after being confiscated at an airport security checkpoint at the JFK International Airport on November 18, 2014 in New York City. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), displayed a cash of weapons and prohibited items taken up from travelers at airport security checkpoints and from checked luggage and is reminding people to pack carefully during the heavy holiday travel season. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

  • #8 Meth burrito (Hobby International Airport in Texas)

  • #9 Antique pistol (Newark International Airport)

  • #10 Bullets in deodorant (Atlantic City International Airport in New Jersey)

Irish Man Flight Attendant

 

Marija was born and raised in Illinois, but moved to Florida in 2018 after stop in the coldest place on the planet, Fargo, ND. She loves dogs, kayaking, concerts, day drinking and is always planning her next vacation. Follow her on Instagram @marija127