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BLACKS Fight On Southwest Airlines Flight 2530


Shocking cell phone footage has emerged showing the moment two airline passengers start a vicious brawl just after their flight touched down in California. One man was arrested after the pair started fighting on board the Oakland-bound Southwest Airlines jet during a stopover in Burbank after arriving from Dallas, Texas, on Sunday. This is just the latest in a string of airline horror stories that have come to light since a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight last month.Burbank police identified the suspect as Chaze Cable, 37, according to ABC. Cable was charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery and pleaded not guilty in court on Tuesday. According to police, the suspect assaulted another passenger, leaving the victim with a bruise to his left eye, a cut to his nose and a chipped tooth. A statement on Tuesday from the Dallas-based air carrier said the incident happened Sunday aboard Flight 2530 during deplaning at Burbank Bob Hope Airport in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Los Angeles. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>

Two passengers got into a fight on a Southwest flight shortly after the plane landed in Burbank, California. 

Southwest flight 2530 had traveled from Dallas and was on a short layover at Hollywood Burbank Airport before continuing on to Oakland. But as the plane taxied to the gate, two men began fighting, Burbank Police said. The altercation worsened as fellow passengers were attempting to get off the plane at the gate, according to Southwest Airlines. Cellphone video of the incident surfaced on social media. In the video, the two men appear to be jostling for position near a row of seats, when one man forces the other over the backs of the seats in front of them. Leaning over his opponent, the man can be seen unleashing a series of punches before fellow passengers rush in to stop the fight. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of assault and battery, while police said the victim suffered a contusion to his left eye, a laceration to his nose and a chipped tooth. Burbank police identified the suspect as Chaze Mickalo Cable, 37, of Lancaster. He was arrested for assault and battery and held on $50,000 bail. Air Live




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