'Drunk' United Airlines stewardess disrupts flight with foul-mouthed rant

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According to passenger Erika Gorman, the stewardess became "belligerent" and swore during the safety briefing on-board the United Airlines flight from Denver to North Dakota yesterday.

She also alleged the stewardess appeared drunk and got extremely close to another traveller.

Gorman, who has since deleted the tweet with those pictures, accused the flight attendant of telling the fliers that "if your seat belt isn't tight, you (expletive) up". "Drunk or stoned stewardess endangered everybody's lives", tweeted a passenger after exiting the plane. I had to go to the cockpit and call the pilot and tell him they had an out of control attendant. Police were present when the flight landed, she wrote.

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However, officers confirmed she was drunk and passed the case onto the FBI to investigate further.

'The situation is under investigation and the flight attendant is being held held out of service.

In a statement from United Airlines obtained by PEOPLE, the airline apologized for the incident and revealed it had reimbursed all of the passengers on the flight.

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Commenting on the employment status of the flight attendant following the incident, a spokesperson for Trans States Airlines said the employee is now being "held out of service" while they're investigating what happened.

Gorman followed up her original tweet with the one above. The person said the airline compensated all the passengers on the flight "as a gesture of goodwill".

This Friday, the company apologized to the passengers of flight 4689 after hearing complaints about an allegedly boozed-up or high flight attendant.

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United Airlines and Trans States Airlines are investigating reports of an intoxicated flight attendant.

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