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A young woman was carried off a Frontier Airlines flight at Miami International Airport after getting into a fowl-mouthed brawl with another passenger.
Simone Bryna Kim, 24, of Killeen, Texas, was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after she had to be carried off the flight by Miami-Dade police officers.
The plane was getting ready to head to Philadelphia when Kim and another passenger came head-to-head in the aisle as passengers boarded the flight.
'I'm whatever you want,' Kim can be heard telling the man. 'I'll beat you the f**k up. What you trying to be on?
'One thing, I'm going to rock your s**t,' she said as she leaned around a woman who was trying to calm the situation to yell at the man. 'If you're real, show me what's up. I'm going to beat you the f**k up on this s**t, I guarantee you, I guarantee you.'
A crew member in a yellow vest can be seen asking Kim to leave, but she refused, causing the police to have to respond. When she refused again, law enforcement asked everyone to get off the plane, according to Local 10 News.
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Simone Bryna Kim, 24, of Killeen, Texas, was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after she had to be carried off the flight by Miami-Dade police officers
When Kim was informed she was under arrest, she started to 'push [and] pull' away from officers and scratched and bit some of them. She was later carried off the plane and taken to jail.
Video from inside the airplane show a group of officers escorting her off the plane. By the time they reach the end of the staircase, four officers had to carry her to the squad car.
Officers attempted to put leg restraints on her but she began kicking when they did. She also nearly knocked an officer down the stairs during her struggles.
She was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center and later bonded out.
Kim faces two felonies for battery on a police officer, one felony for resisting an officer with violence, and three misdemeanors for assaulting an officer, and another misdemeanor for trespassing.
Kim's outburst is just one of many seen across US airports since a travel boom was born following the pandemic.
Earlier this month, Francisco Severo Torres, 33, of Massachusetts, was charged with one count of interference and attempted interference with