Frontier passenger allegedly touched 2 flight attendants breasts, then screamed his parents are worth $2 million, before punching a flight attendant. Frontier suspended the crew for duct taping the passenger to his seat as they landed in Miami. 22 yr old Max Berry is in custody. pic.twitter.com/4xS9Rwvafx
Cell phone video you’ll only see on @WPLGLocal10 shows a @FlyFrontier flight attendant duct taping an unruly passenger to his seat on Flight 2289 from Philadelphia to @iflymia. @MiamiDadePD says Maxwell Berry groped two flight attendants and punched a third. pic.twitter.com/SSLpCer8wh
If this is not immediately corrected @FlyFrontier, Flight Attendants may feel unsafe to come to work. Management has a legal duty to maintain a safe work environment for employees. #OurSafetyYourDuty pic.twitter.com/sCuwItlzvw
An unruly Frontier Airlines passenger had to be duct-taped to his seat after allegedly assaulting multiple flight attendants -- WATCH: perezhilton.com/maxwell-berry-duct-tape-seat-assault-frontier-airlines/
04 August, 2021 - 01:30am
03 August, 2021 - 08:22pm
Maxwell Berry, 22, was on a flight from Pennsylvania to Florida when he drank two alcoholic beverages and ordered a third. This is when a report states Berry brushed his cup against the backside of a flight attendant.
After the flight attendant asked him not to touch her, Berry spilled the new drink on his shirt and went to the bathroom to clean up, but returned to his seat shirtless, according to a report from Miami-Dade police.
The flight attendant asked him to put his shirt back on.
After getting a new shirt from his luggage, Berry allegedly walked around the plane and started to “get friendly” with another flight attendant, the report said.
Police say he groped both flight attendants multiple times.
When another flight attendant was asked to watch over Berry, he punched the flight attendant in the face.
Police say that passengers and crew members on the Frontier flight restrained Berry and taped him down to his seat.
Law enforcement took Berry into custody at the Miami International Airport.
Miami-Dade County court records show that Berry’s bond is set at $1,500.
Several crew members were suspended for improperly restraining Berry during the flight, but on Tuesday, Frontier Airlines told CNN that it “supports” the crew members.
“We are supporting the needs of these team members and are working with law enforcement to fully support the prosecution of the passenger involved,” spokeswoman Jennifer de la Cruz said in a statement to CNN.