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Woman Has Meltdown On Flight After Not Being Served Pepsi

By Victoria M. Walker

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A woman on a flight bound for Malaga, Spain, earlier this month reportedly had a meltdown after not being served a Pepsi on a flight.

A passenger told the Daily Mail that the woman on a TAP Air flight from Lisbon became agitated after not receiving a Pepsi soda to mix her drink, which was in a hip flask. Flight attendants reportedly told passengers that only fruit juice would be served. The woman was reportedly under the influence, according to reports.

“She was getting out of her seat, her face was bright red,” a man on the flight told the Mail.

A fellow passenger told the Daily Mail that the woman’s face was “bright red,” and that she looked like a “demon.”

“She was the worst passenger I have ever seen on an airline and I fly quite a lot,” the woman told the Mail. Reports claimed that the woman argued with a flight attendant about having to place a bag in the cargo hold and had trouble standing.

The situation over the missing Pepsi reportedly got so heated that the captain of the flight reportedly served the woman a note, “banning her from the airline.”


“But this lady was out of control, she was drunk, she was aggressive, she was abusive, she was chucking food, she wanted her bag,” the male passenger continued. “She wasn’t taking any notice of airline safety procedures, and she just got let on.”

The Mail reported that the woman was arrested upon arrival to Malaga, but it’s unclear what the arrest was for.

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Victoria M. Walker

Victoria M. Walker is an award-winning multimedia journalist and full-time lecturer in the Department of Media, Journalism, and Film at her alma mater, Howard University. She was previously the breaking news and viral content video editor at The Washington Post.

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