REPORT: Unruly Delta passenger goes wild, attacks air marshal

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A woman on a Delta Air Lines flight was arrested Thursday after she toppled a drink cart, threw coffee on passengers while running up and down the aisle before assaulting an air marshal, police said.

Sarah Maria Beach, 45, was on a flight from London to Salt Lake City, Utah, when she allegedly went on a rampage that ultimately left her handcuffed for the remainder of the trip, FOX13 Salt Lake City reported. She doused coffee on passengers, knocked over a drink cart and “repeatedly” ran up and down the aircraft’s aisle, the criminal complaint stated.

According to witness Martin Nicholls: “She literally sprinted down the end. And I mean she’s only a small woman, really. Everyone’s becoming very concerned because, I thought, we’re at 30-odd thousand feet over the sea. What if she tried to open the door? She couldn’t get to the back door but then she ran again.”

Beach was turned over to air marshals, who escorted her to the bathroom three times.

“After she finished in the bathroom the third time, she jumped on the back of one of the air marshals and placed her hands on his head, neck and jawline,” the complaint stated.

The article goes on to state the following:

Beach was charged with misdemeanor assault. She was arraigned on Friday and ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation.

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