(FOX News) -- An annoyed passenger was kicked off a Delta Air Lines flight earlier this month after “screaming” about being seated next to an 8-month-old, according to the baby’s mother.
Marissa Rundell, a mom from Hammondsport, N.Y., was seated with her son Mason on a flight scheduled to depart from JFK International Airport for Syracuse on Feb. 6, when a woman preparing to take her seat across the aisle began complaining, Rundell told the Daily Mail.
"She came to the back and slammed her bags down. She said 'this is f---ing ridiculous. It's bulls--- having to sit in the back of the plane,'” said Rundell. Rundell claims she then asked the woman to watch her language — twice — and was told to "shut the f--- up and shove it."
Soon afterward, the woman began complaining about being seated next to a "crying baby" on the plane, although Mason was not crying at the time, says Rundell.
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