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Video: Drunk woman on motorized suitcase leads police through Orlando airport

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Body camera video released by Florida authorities this week shows the confrontations that an intoxicated New Jersey woman on a motorized suitcase got into with police and airline employees before she was arrested at the Orlando International Airport. (www.wfla.com) और अधिक...

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charlie02vy
Charlie Roberts 10
Up next on "Drunk People Doing Things"......
Personally, I think the Airport Police could have walked to keep up.
But, I did not know motorized suitcases existed.
DaveIsaacs
David Isaacs 7
They will be racing them at Daytona this Summer.
charlie02vy
Charlie Roberts 3
Based on other reading......the speeds this year are down to what they were in 1967
TorstenHoff
Torsten Hoff 3
I didn’t think they (along with “smart” suitcases that include power outlets and USB ports for powering laptops and mobile devices) were legal anymore due to the risk of battery fires.
travistx
travistx 1
They're allowed, but you've got to remove the batteries and carry them in your hand luggage.
davidfairchild53
david fairchild 6
at least she didn't get on a plane.
pbjqdzem
paul bennett 6
They see me rollin', they hatin'
stephenjshaner
s s 5
Can't blame her - who would want to go back to New Jersey?
BillBurns
Bill Burns 6
When in Florida, do as the Floridians do. That's how she ROLL!
paulgilpin1953
paul gilpin 6
the title is misleading.
Video: Orlando airport police struggle to operate a bicycle.
eichmat
Tim Eichman 3
I thought it did a good job of stationary balancing while trying to talk her out of the secure area...
a1brainiac
a1brainiac 3
A simple pit maneuver could have ended this chase peacefully
kcmnyc
Kenneth Mino 2
Florida Man and New Jersey Woman would make one helluva couple.
s0uthsider
Thomas Agrednerp 2
Better to be crawling through an airport terminal on motorized luggage than careening through the streets of Newark in a 2002 Cadillac while all likkered up.
serdyfsx12
JOE SERDYNSKI 2
Did she get a DUI ? ? ?
redseaconsulting
Robert Mack 1
(well she was kinda cute)
AMP74909
Adam Pfaff 1
DRN2001
Dan Nelson 1
darjr26
darjr26 1
So should she be placed on a no-fly list?
travistx
travistx 1
Well, since she only caused a ruckus in the airport, I think no. Starting trouble in the air is a whole other level.
darjr26
darjr26 0
What I meant to ask is, if there was a national no-fly list and based on her behavior, should she be placed on such a list?
jimsarushfan
Huck Finn -6
What the fuck? Are you the Karen of the airways?
TimDyck
Tim Dyck 0
No need to be rude there Huck. You could just down vote Darjr and move on. Let’s all try to keep this site civil and not let it turn into Facebook.
Have a nice day.
avionik99
avionik99 -3
Just another great reason all Airports need to be "Alcohol Free" zones!!
charlie02vy
Charlie Roberts 13
Why?
During my travels, I can sit at one of the nicer restaurants, enjoy a meal and a beer, or mixed drink and have none of these issues.
So you punish all because of one.
travistx
travistx 11
Yep, and it's only a small fraction of even drunk people that cause these issues. Plus, sober people sometimes act like bratty children in airports and aircraft.
travistx
travistx 17
It's not the alcohol, it's the people.
sabre45
Joe Vincent 2
"God is great, beer is good, and people are crazy!" ~ Billy Currington
SkyAware123
SkyAware123 -2
It's the people drinking alcohol making them even bigger assholes than what they are sober.
Dry airports, dry airplanes.
TimDyck
Tim Dyck 1
No. Deal with the problem people and let those who know how to be civil continue to enjoy a drink wile waiting for their plane.
DaveIsaacs
David Isaacs 0

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