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Woman has destructive meltdown at Mexican airport ticket counter: 'Don’t give me the money back. I don’t give a f***. But that’s going to cost you.'
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Woman has destructive meltdown at Mexican airport ticket counter: 'Don’t give me the money back. I don’t give a f***. But that’s going to cost you.'

Planes weren't the only things flying Tuesday at the Mexico City International Airport.

A middle-aged woman arrived at the Volaris check-in counter to find that her alleged flight reservation was not in in the system, reported the Daily Mail.

The airline employee informed 56-year-old María Guadalupe that the company was unable to refund her for the missing reservation since she had reportedly booked the flight through a travel agency, but noted she might otherwise get her money back by contacting the agency directly.

The bad news and helpful recommendation were not well received.

The grounded woman shouted in Spanish at one of the airline employees stationed behind the ticket counter, "If you don't want to, don't give me the money back. I don't give a f***. But that's going to cost you."

Guadalupe mounted the baggage scale, then slammed a computer monitor to the floor, which splintered on impact.

The destruction failed to yield a refund, yet Guadalupe persisted.

"Don't give it to me. But you pay for that, and if you don't want to, it's very nice," said Guadalupe, hurling a ticket scanner.

In a video of the incident shared to Twitter by Mexican journalist Antonio Nieto, Guadalupe can be seen grabbing virtually anything that wasn't nailed down and rushing from counter to counter, smashing keyboards and screens.

After reportedly destroying four monitors and scanners, she paraded away.

Ultimately, Guadalupe did end up with a seat — it just happened to be in the back of a police cruiser.

Both the Daily Mail and the New York Post reached out to the airline and airport for comment, but neither received a response.

Airport kerfuffles appear to have become a semi-regular phenomenon.

TheBlaze reported last week that tensions boiled over between prospective passengers and Spirit Airlines employees at the Orlando International Airport.

Like Guadalupe, 41-year-old Edward Hariston allegedly reached over the counter and began banging on a Spirit computer keyboard. The dispute soon turned kinetic, prompting a police officer to intervene. However, Hariston allegedly overpowered the officer, brought him to the ground, and placed him in a chokehold.

Hariston was subsequently charged with one count of attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest with violence, battery on a law enforcement officer, and disorderly conduct.

In May, a brutal brawl broke out at Terminal 3 of Chicago's O'Hare Airport.

According to the Chicago Police Department, "A verbal dispute while deplaning escalated in the lower level of terminal 3 when a 24-year-old female victim was punched by two offenders."

Here is a graphic video of the incident, which resulted in multiple arrests:

On April 30, a purportedly pregnant woman was reportedly told she could not board her Spirit Airlines flight departing Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Georgia because of her aggressive behavior.

Que Maria Scott from Philadelphia allegedly brutalized a female Spirit employee, pummeling her and pulling her hair.

Scott was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

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Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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