Drunk Frontier Airlines passenger allegedly pees on seat in front of him

A man aboard a Frontier Airlines plane was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting two women before urinating on another passenger’s seat.

KMGH reported that the bizarre incident occurred during a Frontier Airlines flight 864 from Denver, Colorado, to Charleston, South Carolina. Pictures from the ordeal appear to show Michael Allen Haag, of Boulder, Colorado, peeing on a seat in front of him.

An affidavit obtained by the station indicated that Haag had ordered a double shot of vodka and tonic. From there, he allegedly became crude, telling fellow passengers that he was meeting an old girlfriend and was very “physically excited” about it. At one point, he allegedly woke up a sleeping woman and asked another female passenger about her sex life.

Haag reportedly ordered a second double shot of vodka and tonic and continued to physically and verbally harass other passengers until flight attendants moved him to the back of the plane.

A passenger sitting in the same row as Haag told KCNC that he unbuckled his seatbelt and urinated on the seat in front of him. The passenger claimed she was unsatisfied with the crew’s response, alleging a flight attendant put Haag in her row and instructed her to monitor his behavior. That’s what led to her snapping a picture of Haag peeing on the seat, according to the station.

The woman told KCNC that Haag was arrested at the gate in Charleston about 30 minutes after the peeing ordeal. She claimed her booking agent informed her the airline would be refunding her checked baggage fee and issuing her a $200 voucher for her inconvenience.

The FBI said Haag was taken into custody for interfering with the flight crew, threatening the flight attendant, touching passengers, being disruptive, and exposing his genitalia.

A spokesperson for the airline said, “The safety and security of our passengers is our top priority at Frontier. We have been made aware of this situation and are working with the appropriate authorities.”

[Featured image: KCNC]