Smoking topless Russian woman bites Aeroflot flight attendant before trying to break into cockpit

Smoking topless Russian woman bites Aeroflot flight attendant before trying to break into cockpit | Secret Flying

Topless Russian woman rages on Aeroflot plane.

 

An intoxicated Aeroflot passenger undressed on a flight, bit a flight attendant and ‘tried to break into the cockpit’, while telling alarmed passengers they would all die.

 

The incident, which took place on a flight fromΒ Stavropol to Moscow, started when during high turbulence Anzhelika Moskvitina locked herself in a toilet and began smoking.

 

After being told to put out the cigarette and return to her seat, Moskvitina exited the toilet topless bearing her chest in front of other passengers.

 

“Lady Take a seat and get dressed” a crew member can be heard saying in a video of the incident. “Where are your clothes?”

 

She responds by shouting that all passengers onboard the plane are going to die before attempting to force her way into the cockpit.

 

She was then asked: “Do you understand you’re violating the behaviour rules on the plane? There are children here. Respect them at least.”

 

Moskvitina replied: “I respect children. What’s more, I love children. I understand I’ll go to the mental hospital or a prison. But I want to go to the cockpit.”

 

As the crew sought to make her dress, she said: “Please go away from me. Kill me here, but I will smoke.”

 

Passengers assisted crew in restraining the woman for the remainder of the flight, during which she managed to bite a flight attendant.

 

Moskvitina was arrested upon arrival atΒ Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport.

 

Aeroflot immediately demanded new laws covering air rage including a black list of unruly passengers.

 

The woman had been in “an inadequate state” and “grossly violated the rules of conduct on board the aircraft”, the airline said in a statement.

 

She “ignored repeated warnings from the crew and tried to break into the cockpit. Due to the passenger’s destructive behaviour, the aircraft commander decided to use a means of restraint on her.

 

“Aeroflot emphasises that this case again proves the urgent need at the legislative level to toughen punishment for air rowdies, including creating a single blacklist of destructive passengers for all airlines.”