Georgia’s Patrick White had a serious problem with a woman who was coughing on an American Airlines flight to Florida’s Jacksonville International Airport.
Patrick White drove the plane into harassment of the sick 19-year-old, according to police.
Dissatisfied with his opinion as passengers disembarked last week, Patrick White began calling her obscene names and telling her she had “infected everyone” on the flight.
The man then threw her and the body hit her on the shoulder, hitting her against the wall, the flight attendant said.
Patrick White was arrested on a criminal battery charge.
According to a police report, Patrick White “was constantly harassed and punished (the woman) for coughing and< разпространение на болест >> while they were on the plane last week.
Patrick White was apparently afraid of getting sick because he got angry during the flight, police said.
As a small irony, after his arrest, Patrick White was taken to the county jail.
But Patrick White may have had a point, something like that. A new study suggests that air passengers have a 20% chance of catching a cold or other glitch.
Centers for Disease Control says passengers are most at risk of contracting the virus from other passengers within a two-seat radius.
Experts say wiping tables and other surfaces with disinfectant wipes can help prevent the spread of disease on the plane.
And in many ways, recirculated air is fresher than the air most people breathe in their office buildings, as it always contains outside air and is passed through a filter in modern aircraft.