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‘You rapist!’: Irate woman vaults airline check-in counter, claims to be armed

‘You rapist!’: Irate woman vaults airline check-in counter, claims to be armed

She then called the male staff member a "rapist" and said she had a gun on her, claiming that she was homeless.

She continues: 'Get me out of here!

'While in Fort Lauderdale airport everyone remained calm apart from this woman who went insane on JetBlue staff called him a rapist & she said she had a gun on me + many insane things in front of kids'. "While in Fort Lauderdale airport everyone remained calm apart from this woman who went insane on #JetBlue staff called him a rapist & she said she had a gun on me + many insane things in front of kids", he adds.

The first video, which has received nearly 8,000 "likes", shows the woman yelling at a JetBlue employee while hoisting herself up on the counter.

A woman screamed "rapist" at an airline worker before claiming she had a gun in a weird rant inside an airport.

The woman then walks off with her bag, before being arrested by law enforcement.

In a Twitter post, Murphy says that the flight to Newark Liberty International Airport was delayed and the would-be passenger flipped out, shrieking, "Get me out of Florida!".

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A representative for JetBlue said in a statement that the customer in the video was scheduled to depart on a flight without major delays, but officials did not let her board the flight because she appeared to be intoxicated.

The Broward County Sheriff's Office did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle's request for comment.

The shocking footage was uploaded to Instagram by rap star Post Malone's manager Dre London, and quickly gained viral status online amidst his 54,000 followers.

"I f***ing hate white cops!" she was heard screaming.

"On January 6, crewmembers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport requested assistance from local law enforcement after a customer was denied boarding for indications of intoxication and became disruptive".

"This is why I longer do that job", the person continued.