Here’s something different for a change:
It’s a story about an airline passenger sucking, as opposed to yet another story about an airline itself sucking.
Last Thursday, a man named Michael A. Haag was on board a Frontier Airlines flight from Denver to Charleston.
So far, so normal, right?
Plenty of men fly on a daily basis from this lovely Colorado city to this historic South Carolina destination.
About two hours into the journey, however, Haag reportedly granted the woman seated next to him, much to her understandable horror and chagrin.
Said a fellow passenger, recounting what transpired to a local Fox affiliate in Denver:
“I hear a woman scream, if this man f-cking touches me one more time I’ll f-cking kill him.”
The fellow passenger (who identified herself as “Emilu” added that the 45-year old Haag seemed “extremely intoxicated” and “out of his mind,” while the woman who was groped said she witnessed him down two double shots of vodka on the flight.
Haag also allegedly verbally assaulted another woman, asking her variouspersonal questions about her sexual habits.
After flight attendants learned of Haag’s behavior, they reassigned him, moving him to the back of the plane where there was an empty row of seats.
Out of sight, therefore, and out of mind?
Not quite, unfortunately.
It actually got far more gross and disgusting from there.
Haag apparently went ahead and started urinated on the seat in front of him.
He just whipped out his penis and relieved himself, right then and there.
(It could have been worse, we guess, he could have made like this woman and pooped on the floor.)
“I scream, ‘He’s f-cking peeing. He’s peeing. Oh my God,'” Emily told Fox, adding:
“And the flight attendant doesn’t even acknowledge him at first. [The attendant] acknowledges me and says you need to calm down and stop cursing.”
Thankfully, attention eventually turned to Haag, who was taken away from the airport gate in handcuffs and charged with interfering with flight crew, as well as and indecent exposure.
He was later released on $ 25,000 bond, according to Fox 31.
Emily wasn’t thrilled with the response of Frontier, saying someone should have been keeping a closer eye on Haag after he was moved.
In response to her complaint, the airline waived her bag fee and gifted her a $ 200 Frontier voucher.
Frontier has since released a statement confirming that the carrier is “aware of the situation” and “working with the appropriate authorities,” concluding:
“Frontier has zero tolerance for behavior that affects the safety of our passengers and crew. We are supporting authorities in their investigation.”