Watch: Imaginary Passenger Freakout Proves Americans Are Reaching Their Witt’s End

An American Airlines passenger last week was caught on camera having a breakdown about someone near the back of the plane who she said was “not real.”

According to the individual who posted the video to TikTok, “This postponed our family trip for hours.”

Due of her worries about the fictitious individual, the woman persuaded the other passengers to leave the aircraft.

The lady yelled at the other passengers, “I am telling you that I am getting the f*** off, and there is a reason why I am getting the f*** off, and everybody can choose to believe it or maybe they can’t believe it.”

“That m*****f***** back there is NOT genuine, I do not give a f****, but I’m telling you this right now. And if you choose instead to die with them, you can still sit in this plane. I won’t,” she continued.

The person who uploaded the video said that the woman “somehow did not get arrested” and passed through security at the Dallas–Fort Worth airport despite getting everyone onboard to get off the plane.

Thousands of planes during the Fourth of July weekend were delayed, and this event was just one of them.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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