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CHENGDU, CHINA - JULY 26: (CHINA OUT) Passengers take pictures of a stewardess demonstrating how to fasten a seat belt on the first flight of the United Eagle Airlines on July 26, 2005 in Chengdu of Sichuan Province, southwest China. Private airline United Eagle Airlines has launched its maiden commercial flight on July 26, carrying passengers from Chengdu to Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. At least three private sector airlines have received approval from civil aviation authorities and plan to offer low-cost, no-frills services, including Eagle United in Chengdu, Spring International Airlines in Shanghai and Okay Airways, based in the Beijing area. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

A drunk female passenger on an Air India flight completely lost it after being told she couldn’t have any more wine.  One of the flight attendants got it on video. 

She’s already walking around the cabin ranting and swearing when the video starts.  She keeps claiming she’s an “international criminal lawyer,” as if that’s supposed to convince them to give her more alcohol.

She spends almost four minutes insulting and threatening the crew while dropping nonstop F-bombs.  She even gets into it with some of the other passengers.  She was arrested after the flight landed.