A plane's sole flight attendant who appeared drunk is facing charges after an alarmed passenger filmed her slumped in her seat and stumbling on the plane.
Julianne March, 49, was arrested earlier this month after she was taken off a United Airlines plane when it landed in Indiana.
A passenger called Aaron Scherb told ABC News that he clocked March leaning against the galley and making "slurred" security announcements.
When officers asked her where she was, she said Chicago. The newspaper adds that March's blood alcohol level was read at 0.204, citing a criminal complaint.
"A few passengers reported they felt scared for their lives based upon the condition of Ms. March", the affidavit continued.
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Feeling frustrated, passenger Aaron Scherb took to Twitter to call out the carrier for their employee's risky behavior.
Upon landing, Scherb notified the pilots of her behavior who said they were already aware and had told officials on the ground.
'We will continue to cooperate with local authorities and assist them as necessary'. "While breathalyzers hopefully aren't needed on airplanes, given the recent incidents with alcohol involving pilots and flight attendants, it might be something that airlines have to consider".
Furthermore, Schreb claimed that a rep for United contacted him on August 2 and offered a $500 voucher or 25,000 miles for the trouble, plus a refund for that segment of his trip.
She was released on her own recognizance, and an initial hearing is scheduled for August 29. Nevertheless, he said he has not accepted the bid.
A boozed-up flight attendant was busted in IN after passengers saw her stumbling all over the cabin - and then passing out in her seat for the entire flight, according to new reports. On July 31, a Delta Airline pilot was arrested in Minnesota and accused of being drunk.