The inebriated honeymooner was escorted off the flight as his bride shouted some choice words at her new husband.
"They're alone in a different country. Where were they supposed to go?" the boys' mother Prajakta tells Yahoo Lifestyle
It's the second time this year that an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, N.C. had a passenger in need of a toilet.
After a man complained about the woman going barefoot, her boyfriend got heated and the two exchanged blows when the flight landed.
"It was so mortifying," she says. "I was so upset and they could clearly see that yet they continued to note how inappropriate and offensive I was. I was really close to crying."
“A passenger left her baby in the terminal and refuses to continue the flight,” a pilot can be heard saying to air traffic control in a leaked recording.
The airline is coming forward to say that the passenger's inability to travel had nothing to do with his terminal illness, but instead his possession of prohibited items.
While passengers on the plane likely appreciated the kind gesture, some on social media say it sets expectations for how babies are supposed to act too high.
Shoshana Strykert, 28, took to Facebook to share an open letter to Jetstar, an airline based in Australia, in which she expressed her disappointment over how she was treated on a flight on Feb. 8.
"You did not let up with your mutters of annoyance and looks over your shoulder. I apologized to everyone around me. I almost started crying myself," she wrote in a post on Facebook.
The family said they spent $1,675 for three seats on a flight from the island of Menorca, Spain, back to their home in Birmingham, England, but alleged they had to sit on the floor for most of the flight.
In an effort to draw attention to the threat of extinction of the snow leopard, one airliner has painted the large wild cat's likeness on the nose of one of its new Embraer 190-E2 jets.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport turned off several water fountains in the Frontier concourse after passengers became sick.
"Probably a lot of people after a long day of travel forget phones, laptops, whatever — and the fact that it can be so brazenly taken right out of an airport is frustrating," the man told WSB-TV.