By: Steve Dellar | 06-29-2018 | News
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Indiana - Delta Throws 4 People Off Flight For Giving Them ‘Attitude’ (Video)

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A Delta flight attendant has been filmed throwing four passengers off a flight for giving her 'attitude' when she asked one of them, an African-American female DJ named Robyn Rogers, to turn their phones to airplane mode just before take-off on June 23 at Fort Wayne airport in Indiana.

Ms. Rogers, who has put videos of the incident online, claims that the flight attended bowed down to her ‘menacingly’ after asking she put her phone into ‘flight mode.’

At this point, another passenger starts filming from the row behind them.

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The unnamed Delta flight attendant states: “I know what I heard. I am not going to argue with you.”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="">@Delta</a> you need to fire your power tripping, racist flight attendant who harrassed my friend and then removed her and 4 others off the plane simply for standing up for her. <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#bewareofdeltaflight4527</a> I was going to get an <a href="">@AmericanExpress</a> card too because i like flying delta but…</p>&mdash; 81Neutronz (@nickneutronz) <a href="">June 28, 2018</a></blockquote>

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“There's no need for arguing. Crew instructions means crew instructions.”

Ms Rogers states she did switch the phone to the right setting, to which the Delta employee replies: “Now you have. Is it in airplane mode?”

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The whole ordeal means another embarrassing social media backlash for Delta airlines as Ms. Rogers claims the incident was racially charged: “I want to acknowledge because I am painfully aware of the serious and profoundly heartbreaking injustices/events happening in our world and communities,I have grappled with sharing my experience.”

“It seems small in the face of those things. But the micro is important and little things that go unchecked spiral.”

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We’ve all been there of course. You board a flight, listen to the safety instructions and the person next to you is refusing to put their phone or tablet in ‘flight mode’ as you’re taking off.

Although I have also been told many times by ‘people from the industry’ that it doesn’t matter and this doesn’t influence the plane’s functioning, the back of your mind is still worried about anything that might happen. What do you think?


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Anonymous No. 30011 2018-06-29 : 11:40

i used to love flying but not any more. i haven't flown since 9/11 and never will again.

Anonymous No. 30014 2018-06-29 : 12:31

I side with Delta on this.


The flight crew by law are to be obeyed.

Cell Phones, tables and etc… NOT in flight mode can and have interfered with Flight communications and NAV-GPS.

When a person "feels" they can do as they please and cop and attitude when they are told to ACT LIKE AN ADULT for the safety of others and is kicked off.

Well politely said…. I could care less if her feeling are hurt. Because I am thinking of the other 100+ passengers doing as requested WITHOUT THE LIP.

Anonymous No. 30037 2018-06-29 : 18:41

Totally agree. Put your phone in flight mode, its what the phone maker put it there for.

Anonymous No. 30006 2018-06-29 : 21:04

niggers should not be allowed to fly. They should travel as God intended them—running barefoot, wearing a loin cloth and carrying a spear.

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