A passenger on a Frontier Airlines flight from Colorado to South Carolina was arrested after allegedly assaulting two women and peeing on the seat in front of him.
The man, whose name has not been released, allegedly groped the woman next to him during the flight from Denver to Charleston.
A passenger named Emily, who was seated in the back of the plane, said she heard the woman shouting about two hours into the flight.
‘I heard a woman scream, “If this man f*****g touches me one more time I’ll f***ing kill him'”, Emily told Fox 31.
A passenger on a Frontier airlines flight (pictured in file photo) has been arrested after he allegedly assaulted two women and peed on the seat in front of him
Emily said the woman later told her that the man had ordered two double shots of vodka during the flight.
‘He was out of his mind. Like he couldn’t speak, he was mumbling,’ Emily recalled. ‘This man was extremely intoxicated’.
Emily said the man also verbally assaulted another woman and asked personal questions about her sexual life.
The man was moved by the crew to the back of the plane, where there was an empty row across from Emily’s seat.
Emily said the crew warned her about the man and told her ‘you might want to get up in case he tries to touch you’.
But when Emily took out her phone to take a picture of the man to show her friends, she said things escalated.
‘While I have my phone out trying to take a discreet photo, he starts to pee and urinate on the seat in front of him,’ she said.
Emily captured the exact moment, which shows a stream of pee coming from the man’s unzipped jeans.
‘I scream “He’s f*****g peeing, he’s peeing, oh my god”‘, Emily recalled. ‘And the flight attendant doesn’t even acknolwedge him at first.’
‘She acknowledges me and says “You need to calm down and stop cursing'”.
Emily said she was moved to the front of the plane and the man was arrested at the gate in Charleston around 30 minutes later, according to CBS Denver.
She said she and two other women filled out statement to law enforcement after the flight.
Emily said she also complained to the airline about how the situation was dealt with.
‘I think they handled it extremely poorly,’ she told Fox 31. ‘Someone should have sat with him.’
Frontier waived Emily’s bag fee and gave her a $200 voucher.
‘The safety and security of our passengers is our top priority at Frontier,’ a spokesman for the airline said in a statement.
‘We have been made aware of this situation and are working with the appropriate authorities.’