Naked Passenger Delays Spirit Airlines Flight After Stripping

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We’ve seen many reasons for delays, but how about this one. A passenger onboard a Spirit Airlines flight 359 departing Las Vegas to Oakland, CA decides to start stripping during the boarding process. Police were sent onboard to remove the passenger after this incident causing a 30 minute departure delay.

Per Fox News,

A Spirit Airlines flight leaving Las Vegas this weekend was delayed after a male passenger got naked while boarding and approached a flight attendant, according to a spokesman for a Nevada airport. 

“He removed his clothes and then approached a flight attendant,” McCarran International Airport spokesman Chris Jones told KSNV. “Metro officers were called and he was given medical attention.”

Police and medical responders took the passenger for observation, the airport said. The passenger received medical treatement after the episode, Lt. Carlos Hank said.

What’s the craziest delay you’ve encountered? Feel free to share your thoughts below.

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