Air Canada is looking into how a passenger was forgotten and left on a plane overnight at Toronto's Pearson Airport.
The lady who thought she was having a bad dream said she was shaken and still trapped in her seat.
After waking up, Adams said she attempted to use her phone to call a friend but the battery died within a minute.
Adams detailed how, in the dark cabin she was able to open a plane door but was then faced by the prospect of what seemed like "a 40-50ft drop to the pavement below". The entire plane was empty, O'Brien wrote in a Facebook post shared last week by her friend on her behalf.
It was a cold, dark and scary awakening for Tiffani Adams.
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An airline spokesperson contacted by CTV said it remains in contact with Adams. I can tell you how terrifying this was... Adams states that once she was discovered an Air Canada auto drove her to Pearson where she was met by an Air Canada representative who asked if she would like a limo and a hotel for the night.
A spokesman for Air Canada confirmed what had happened to Ms Adams and said they "are still reviewing this matter".
The flight attendant said that when she tried to calm Ganus down, he flew into a rage and punched her in the chest.
As panic began to set in, O'Brien said she entered the cockpit to search for something, anything that might help.
She eventually attracted the attention of a passing airport worker, who was "shocked" to see Adams.
"I wake up around midnight (few hours after flight landed) freezing cold still strapped in my seat in complete darkness (I'm talking pitch black) as someone with and anxiety disorder as is I can tell you how terrifying this was". She said she used the flashlight to illuminate the door and managed to unlatch it, but after opening it she looked down and noticed that she was suspended dozens of feet in the air. Adams said that she spotted a luggage cart driving near her, as she is "literally dangling" her legs out of the plane.