By The Blaze. An American Airlines customer service agent recently was caught on video in an argument with a police officer passenger and his wife over missing luggage, saying the officer “might kill me.”
The officer’s wife, Theresia Tirado, told WREG-TV the employee also said, “You’re a cop. That means you’re a killer.” . . .
Tirado told Blue Lives Matter that she, her husband Michael — a New Jersey correctional officer — and their two kids were traveling to Florida when bad weather led to the cancellation of their Philadelphia to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, flight.
So the family was rerouted through Memphis, Tennessee, to Miami, she told the outlet, and when they arrived in Memphis after midnight, they faced a four-hour-plus layover before their next flight.
The American Airlines gate agent suggested they make sure all their luggage made it on their new flight, Blue Lives Matter said. Sure enough, one bag was missing — and so they went to speak to an American Airlines customer service agent in the baggage claim office, the outlet said. (Read more from “Airline Agent Caught on Video Losing It With Cop Passenger, Wife” HERE)
Couple Says American Airlines Employee Called Cop ‘a Killer’
By News Channel 3. The family consists of Theresia Tirado, her husband, and their two sons. She says one of their bags didn’t make it to the airport. So they went to customer service and asked an attendant where it was. She claims he wasn’t helpful. . .
She says the attendant got angry and, for some reason, started ranting about how his children are doctors and lawyers. That’s when Tirado’s husband told him he was a police officer.
“And he said, ‘You’re a cop. That means you’re a killer.” . . .
Her husband started recording after that. In the video, you hear the attendant say, “He might kill me.” . . .
“He might kill me because he’s a police officer who called me useless,” the attendant says back. (Read more from “Couple Says American Airlines Employee Called Cop ‘a Killer'” HERE)