Man tasered on Miami-Chicago flight after reportedly groping passenger

Man tasered on Miami-Chicago flight after reportedly groping passenger

Man tasered on Miami-Chicago flight after reportedly groping passenger

Passengers told WPLG the man was combative with flight attendants and police officers. According to the Miami-Dade Police Department's arrest report, Garcia was moved to a different seat after the first incident, but "began to scream and insult" the woman and her boyfriend and became involved in an altercation with another passenger.

According to passengers, the man captured on camera started arguing with other people on board the plane and ended up getting in a fight with Miami-Dade Police. "And there were a couple of passengers, one of them standing in front of me saying, 'Well, we want to get off the plane".

In a video taken by another passenger, which has been verified by American Airlines, Garcia is seen being held back by three police officers while asking, "What is the reason you're removing me from this plane?"

American Airlines said flight 2446 left at 10:34 p.m. Sunday, an hour behind schedule, with all scheduled passengers minus Jacob Garcia. A stun gun had little effect on him, possibly because it did not attach properly through his clothing, the arrest report said.

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Cellphone video posted online shows passengers clapping and cheering as Garcia is walked through the airport struggling against the police officers. Once inside the airport, the suspect reportedly attempted to grab an officer's handgun, but police brought him into custody safely.

"We will cooperate with the Miami-Dade Police Department on this matter".

The flight crew then began deplaning the aircraft after Garcia refused to get off on his own. During that process, a physical altercation between the same two passengers took place.

Garcia has been charged with battery, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and more. "The same passenger was subsequently arrested by law enforcement", American Airlines said in a statement to ABC News. It wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney who could answer to the charges.

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