Unruly traveler subdued by passengers on Boise-bound United flight

Unruly traveler subdued by passengers on Boise-bound United flight

Unruly traveler subdued by passengers on Boise-bound United flight

The incident happened on a SkyWest flight from San Francisco to Boise that left at 8:45 a.m. SkyWest says passengers held her until law enforcement met the plane at the gate.

Check out the video of the woman passenger as she struggled to open the aircraft cabin door and screams, "I am God, I am God". "I am God, I am God, I am God", she is seen screaming in the video.

Spokesman Sean Briggs said airport officials contacted the Boise Police Department after reports of an "unruly passenger" came from the operators of the flight. They are now conducting medical and physical evaluations before sending her case to the local prosecutor to determine potential charges, a spokesperson from the Boise Police Department told CBS.

"She wasn't acting right, or normal, from the very beginning [of the flight]..."

According to Smith, the woman also yelled out, "God has all the data", "I don't have any data", and, "We landed in Boise 15 minutes ago".

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A local prosecutor will decide if charges should be filed against the woman, CBS reports. "The flight staff were real calm". "I read it as: One of them is trying to get over their fear of flying..."

The airline added that all the other passengers were able to safely disembark and no one was hurt in the incident. "I could tell that one or both were uneasy with flying".

Another passenger, Scott T. Smith, from California, was sitting behind the woman and what appeared to be her travelling companion.

The SkyWest Airlines plane was headed from San Francisco to Idaho, and had 73 passengers on board.

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