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Spirit Airlines Flight Attendant Demands Jewish Family To Leave The Plane But He Was Discharged From The Flight

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A viral video of an Orlando-to-Atlantic City flight attendant trying to kick a family of four out of a 2-year-old daughter eating yogurt without a mask has found new details.

The video begins with a woman steward saying that the family will have to leave the plane due to “non-compliance” with the mask rules. The father gets up and says that all the young children on board do not wear masks either.

“That’s only a child and a 2-year-old,” the mom told the attendant.

“It’s not my choice. You have to take your stuff and get off,” the attendant demanded. She kept repeating over and over that the family was in “non-compliance with the mask policy.”

As it turned out later, the flight attendant  in the video is the second member of the plane's crew who had a conflict with his family. The first was an unidentified man who was taken off the flight when all passengers, including the Eisenberg family, were forced to leave the plane in Florida.

Passengers who witnessed the quarrel later denied information that the pilot was personally interested in the family leaving the plane.

When all the passengers returned to their seats. The father recorded a video in which he said that everything was normalized, but the attendant of the conflict board did not return to the plane.

"Daily Mail is claiming that the male flight attendant who had the problem with the family in the first place was escorted off the plane by police and not allowed to re-board.

“The only thing that happened with the flight attendant was that after two hours of a delay there was a crew change required and somebody captured police who had come to the gate for the general situation locking down the concourse at the same time as this flight attendant was going on to their next assignment,” spokesman Field Sutton.

By law, children under two years of age are not required to wear masks, but in most cases, exceptions are made for children.

Image: Jack Posobiec / @JackPosobiec / Twitter

Author: Usa Really