[VIDEO] Angry Woman Onboard A Flight Smashed Her Boyfriend's Head With A Laptop

She was angry because he looked at another woman.

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A video showing a woman losing her temper onboard a flight to Los Angeles has gone viral

According to Independent, the incident took place onboard an American Airlines plane that was about to depart from Miami, America on 22 July.

The video was shared on Twitter by a passenger Julia Scorupco and has since received over seven million views and 39,000 retweets.

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In the video, the unidentified woman started swearing at her boyfriend because she caught him looking at another woman

"You want to look at other women? F$%k you," the woman said.

A flight attendant could be seen trying to console the woman, pointing out that there was a child in the seat behind her.

However, the woman simply shot back at the attendant saying, "Yeah I know, I [email protected]#king consoled the f$%king child", adding that her boyfriend is "the [email protected]#king problem."

The cabin crew were left with no other choice but to ask the couple to deplane

The boyfriend, who was identified by his first name Memo, calmly agreed to leave the flight and the woman followed suit while she continued to swear at him.

As Memo followed the crew, he could be heard saying, "You're assaulting me, you know," which angered the woman further who responded with, "I’ve known you for years, I’m assaulting you?!"

She took out her laptop and immediately smashed it on her boyfriend's head while many passengers gasped in shock. 

A person in the video could be heard saying, "Ma'am you're going to be charged with assault," to which the woman responded, "Yeah, whatever," as she followed the man out of the aisle.

American Airlines has since responded to the incident. The company commended the crew for promptly handling the situation.

“Prior to departure from the gate on Sunday at Miami International Airport, two passengers who were travelling together were involved in a dispute. Law enforcement was requested, and both passengers were removed from the aircraft," an American Airlines spokesperson was saying as quoted by Independent.

“We thank the American crew who worked quickly to diffuse the situation. Their actions resulted in a safe environment for all of our passengers," the spokesperson added. 

According to Unilad, Julia Scorupco confirmed that the woman has since been arrested. 

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