Fans at games have been behaving pretty badly this year, with several fights breaking out in stadiums across the country. Let’s not forget about all the chaos people are causing on planes too.
Patrica Cornwall, who was aboard Delta Flight 2790 from Tampa, Florida, to Atlanta, slapped and spat on a passenger after she made a remark about Rosa Parks, federal records say.
Police confirmed they detained Cornwall when the flight landed, Atlanta police said in a statement.
“This disturbance led to the injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees. Based on the statements gathered and visible evidence, officers detained Ms. Cornwall and contacted the on-call FBI agent. … FBI agents responded and took custody of Ms. Cornwall,” police said.
Delta said in a statement Monday:
“Flight 2790 from Tampa to Atlanta was met by law enforcement after an unruly customer disturbance during flight. Situations like these are rare for the vast majority of our customers and Delta has zero tolerance for unruly behavior at our airports and aboard our aircraft.”
Watch the plane slap below:
According to the NY Post, Cornwall was identified as a former Raiders cheerleader.
“In the early 1990s, she was also a member of the Raiderettes — the cheerleading squad for the then-Los Angeles Raiders. Decades ago, as Patty Breton, she appeared in small televisions roles, according to her IMDb profile. She was on an episode of “Baywatch” in 1987 and had a role on “Married … with Children” in 1989. The actress was also featured in “Playboy: Cheerleaders.”
Cornwall appeared in federal court Monday. Court documents show she was released on $20,000 bond.
Another blow for Raiders nation.
It’s been a really tough year for the Raiders…
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