(FOX News) -- Talk about a scare in the air. United Express passengers traveling from San Francisco to Boise, Idaho were in for a fright on March 5, when a middle-aged female passenger flying first class had a bizarre outburst and tried to open the emergency exit door halfway through the trip, Idaho Statesmen reports.
“I want to die! Get me off this plane!” the woman reportedly yelled, before running for the exit, passengers told KBOI.
“I am God, I am God, I am God, I am God” the woman hysterically cried as she tried to open the cabin door, before being restrained by fellow passengers with zip ties, according to the video footage.
Fellow passenger Scott T. Smith, who was seated behind the woman and her apparent traveling companion, described the pair as “apprehensive” from the moment they sat down.
“She wasn’t acting right, or normal, from the very beginning. I read it as: One of them is trying to get over the fear of flying … I could tell that one or both were uneasy with flying” he said.
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