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Should This Guy Even Be Flying? Tells Flight Attendant 'You're Too Fat For This Job'


A Florida man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted a flight attendant and called her a racial slur. George Francis Alexander, 82, was on an American Airlines flight on Thursday from Philadelphia to Fort Myers when the incident occurred, according to The News-Press. Alexander, from North Fort Myers, reportedly approached the unnamed attendant from behind as she was serving drinks. He then poked her in the back and demanded that she move, calling her a racial slur in the process. After the flight attendant asked him to stop, Alexander allegedly began to taunt her. 'You're too big for this job; you're too fat, overweight,' he said and then proceeded to walk around her. Source


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