A Delta flight attendant was removed from a Buffalo to Atlanta flight Wednesday morning “because a security screener thought he was acting erratically and might not be fit to fly,” the AP reports. According to WBFO, the Transportation Security Administration said the attendant’s behaviour worried a security checkpoint officer at Buffalo Niagara International Airport. The agency, however, did not think it was a security threat:
Delta issued a statement saying it was notified this morning that a flight attendant appeared to be “unfit for duty.”
Delta Flight 12-66 was delayed three hours and departed with a replacement flight attendant.
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