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    A 33-year-old Westminster man was charged Thursday, Sept. 22 with punching a flight attendant in the back of the head during a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles on Wednesday, authorities said. Alexander Tung Cuu Le could face a possible maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison if convicted as charged of interference with flight crew members and attendants, Ciaran McEvoy, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office said in a statement. Le was scheduled to make his first court appearance in Downtown Los Angeles Thursday, McEvoy said. The attack, aboard American Airlines Flight 377 from San Jose del Cabo, was caught on video by a passenger, who provided it to KTLA. It shows the passenger rushing a flight attendant and hitting him in the back of the head after the attendant had turned and began walking away. Several passengers witnessed the assault and helped to pin Le down near the back of the airplane following the attack, McEvoy said. Le’s hands and legs were cuffed and flight attendants had to use seatbelt extenders to keep him restrained to a...
    Shocking footage shows the moment an American Airlines passenger attacked a unsuspecting flight attendant - sneaking up behind him and sucker punching the staffer because he was refused a cup of coffee. The incident transpired on Flight 377 from San Jose del Cabo to LAX on Wednesday after he attempted to relocate to a seat near the first-class cabin, and saw the passenger removed from the plane after it touched down stateside. Upon arriving at the airport, the suspect - 33-year-old Alexander Tung Cuu Lee of Westminster - was detained on suspicion of interfering with a flight crew. If found guilty of the offense, a federal felony, Lee - who allegedly threatened the male attendant before the filmed attack - could face up to 20 years in prison. He is expected to make an initial court appearance in downtown Los Angeles Thursday afternoon. The incident reportedly started after the suspect started nonsensically mumbling to himself about 'killers' aboard the California-bound plane, reportedly whispering, 'there are 10 killers on the plane.' At that point, a female flight attendant reportedly went back to address the man...
    An Orange County man has been arrested and charged by federal authorities after a video showed him allegedly punching a flight attendant in the back of the head during a flight Wednesday from Mexico to Los Angeles International Airport, according to prosecutors. Alexander Tung Cuu Le, 33, of Westminster, has been charged with one count of interference with flight crew members and attendants, the U.S. attorney’s office for the Central District of California said in a news release Thursday. Le was flying from San José del Cabo to LAX on Wednesday when he got out of his seat while flight attendants were in the middle of handing out food and drinks on American Airlines flight 377, prosecutors said. Le grabbed a flight attendant by the shoulder from behind and asked for coffee, then he grabbed the flight attendant by both shoulders, prosecutors said. The flight attendant pulled away and put up a defensive posture, and Le then walked to the front of the airplane, according to court documents. California TSA will test drone-tracking tech at LAX after dozens of...
    Shocking footage shows the moment an American Airlines passenger attacked a unsuspecting flight attendant - sneaking up behind him and sucker punching the staffer aboard a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles. The incident transpired on Flight 377 from San Jose del Cabo to LAX on Wednesday, and saw the passenger removed from the plane after it touched down stateside. Upon arriving at the airport, the suspect - 33-year-old Alexander Tung Cuu Lee of Westminster - was detained on suspicion of interfering with a flight crew. If found guilty of the offense, a federal felony, Lee - who allegedly threatened the male attendant before the filmed attack - could face up to 20 years in prison. He is expected to make an initial court appearance in downtown Los Angeles Thursday afternoon. The incident reportedly started after the suspect started nonsensically mumbling to himself about 'killers' aboard the California-bound plane, reportedly whispering, 'there are 10 killers on the plane.' At that point, a female flight attendant reportedly went back to address the man, with the the male attendant who was attacked joining to assist, passengers said. Video...
    A flight attendant has revealed the one area in a plane that is dirtier than the toilets because it 'never gets cleaned'.  Brenda Orelus, from Miami, USA, who goes by Flight Bae B online, said the back seat pockets are riddled with 'germs' and have no regular maintenance or cleaning unlike the lavatories.  The glamourous frequent flyer alerted her 98,000 TikTok followers to the alarming fact in a video and said she's seen passengers put all sorts of things in the pockets from discarded food to used tissues and even dirty nappies.  Scroll down for video  US flight attendant Brenda Orelus has revealed the seat-back pockets are the dirtiest surface on a plane  The air hostess said the back seat pockets are riddled with 'germs' and have no regular maintenance or cleaning unlike the lavatories @flightbae.b Want to know the dirtiest surface on aircrafts? ???? #dailytraveltips #airporttiktok #travelhacks #traveltiktok #flightbae #traveltok #flightattendant #flightattendantstories #cabincrewstories ♬ original sound - Flight Bae B! RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Private investigator reveals the key signs you're dating...
    A flight attendant sitting in the jump seat in the back of a Southwest flight to California experienced a compression fracture to a vertebra during landing. The National Transportation Safety Board investigated last month's hard landing in John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California, and found in its Friday report that the flight attendant felt pain in her upper back and neck immediately following the flight. She was not able to move and was transported to a hospital that found the compression fracture. There were 141 other people on board at the time, and no other injuries were reported. The board did not provide a reason behind the rough landing or travel to the accident site. None of its investigative documents have been made publicly available. WOMAN WHO SMASHED FLIGHT ATTENDANT'S TEETH GETS 15 MONTHS IN PRISON Its pilots included a 55-year-old captain and 49-year-old co-pilot, who made the landing on the shorter-than-usual runway 5,700 feet long. Meanwhile, Los Angeles International Airport features runways from 8,900 and almost 13,000 feet. “We reported the matter...
    By DAVID KOENIG | The Associated Press DALLAS  — A Southwest Airlines flight attendant suffered a compression fracture to a vertebra in her upper back during a hard landing last month in California, according to federal safety investigators. The National Transportation Safety Board said the impact of landing was so hard that the flight attendant thought the plane had crashed. She felt pain in her back and neck and could not move, and was taken to a hospital where she was diagnosed with the fracture. The safety board completed its investigation without saying what caused the hard landing. The NTSB said none of the other 141 people on board the plane were injured in the incident at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California. The pilots told investigators that they were aiming for the normal touchdown zone on the relatively short runway. “However, it ended up being a firm landing,” the NTSB said in its final report, dated Friday. Dallas-based Southwest said in a statement Monday: “We reported the matter to the NTSB in accordance with regulatory requirements and conducted...
    A Virgin flight attendant who was accused of falling asleep on the job and taking snacks from a flight before she was fired has won back her job.  DeVania Blackburn took the airline to the Fair Work Commission claiming she was unfairly dismissed when she was dumped as cabin crew supervisor on July 21, 2021. Ms Blackburn had been working for the airline for 14 years and was accused of breaching several codes of conduct between January and March 2021. A Virgin flight attendant who was accused of falling asleep on the job and taking snacks from her flights before she was fired has won back her job (stock image) DeVania Blackburn took the airline to the Fair Work Commission claiming she was unfairly dismissed when she was dumped as cabin crew supervisor on July 21, 2021 She was accused of taking an 'armful' of snacks from the plane, packing them into her crew esky and leaving with them following a flight. The airline accused Ms Blackburn of failing to follow the dress code, claiming she turned up for a shift...
    Elon Musk has tweeted a response to a newly-published bombshell report that SpaceX allegedly paid $250,000 to one of the company's corporate flight attendants, who accused the tech mogul of exposing himself to her and propositioning her for sex. Musk tweeted Thursday night: 'The attacks against me should be viewed through a political lens - this is their standard (despicable) playbook - but nothing will deter me from fighting for a good future and your right to free speech.' He then finally tweeted a denial in response to Cucumber Capital CEO Tara Bull: 'And, for the record, those wild accusations are utterly untrue.'   The man currently trying to buy Twitter has recently made a public display of having decided to vote Republican this year after having voted for Democrats in the past.   The woman, who has not been named, reportedly claimed the billionaire rubbed her leg and offered her gifts in exchange for an erotic massage. She claims the 50-year-old made a move on her during a massage on a flight to London in 2016, according to Business Insider. But when she...
    In this article AALAn American Airlines flight attendant serves drinks to passengers after departing from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas.Robert Alexander | Archive Photos | Getty ImagesAmerican Airlines said Thursday it will resume sales of alcoholic beverages on domestic and short-haul international flights next month, a plan it delayed almost a year ago because of a surge in unruly passengers and attacks on crew members. Airlines stopped selling alcohol and paused food sales and service in March 2020, when the pandemic started and travel demand plunged. Carriers have been steadily bringing back many of those services over the past year as travelers returned in droves. American is the last major U.S. carrier to bring back sales of beer, wine and spirits, which it will sell in its domestic coach cabins starting April 18, the date the current federal mask mandate expires. It isn't clear whether the Biden administration will extend or end the requirement. Southwest Airlines restarted alcohol sales last month. Drinking and disputes over the mask mandate have contributed to unruly behavior on flights, flight attendant unions...
    A Black woman has accused Delta Airlines of booting her to the back of a plane mid-flight for the convenience of two white women. In a story first reported by ABC7 Bay Area, Camille Henderson described an experience that sounds like it was straight from the Jim Crow era, when Black people were routinely moved to the back of the bus. Henderson said she boarded a Feb. 7 flight by herself from Atlanta to San Francisco. After taking her seat in 15A—a window seat—she said the last two passengers to board the plane had a disagreement with flight attendants over the seating arrangement. The two women, who were white, said they were supposed to have first-class seats due to a phone call they had with a Delta representative, but they did not speak with anyone at the gate before getting on the plane. Physically, they didn’t have first-class tickets. Instead, they had tickets for 15B and C—middle and aisle seats. “The whole first hour of the flight, as we’re taking off and after being served, they kind of were...
    The Queen was 'thunderstruck' on her flight back to London after learning her father King George VI had died while she was in Kenya, the son of a royal flight attendant has revealed. The then Princess Elizabeth was 'the happiest woman in the world' when she and Prince Philip boarded the British Overseas Airways Corporation flight for Nairobi on January 31, 1952, air steward Ken Clarke recalled.  But just a week later, on February 7, she landed back in London the new Queen. King George VI died in Sandringham on February 6. The recollections were shared by Mr Clarke, who was one of four stewards on board the royal aircraft, before his death in 2003. He worked on royal flights for 25 years, looking after the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in the air.  The Queen was 'thunderstruck' on her flight back to London after learning her father King George VI had died while she was in Kenya, the son of a royal flight attendant has revealed. Pictured, the then Princess Elizabeth leaving for Nairobi on January 31 (left) and returning...
    Two gas stations in Parsippany were targeted in back-to-back robberies, authorities said Tuesday. The first occurred when a man driving a black or dark gray BMW X5 stopped at Shell on Route 46 East, asked the attendant for $25 worth of gas and pulled a knife when their back was turned around 7:55 p.m. Friday, Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said. The vehicle then fled eastbound on Route 46, authorities said. About 10 minutes later, a man driving a vehicle with the same description stopped at Conoco on Route 46 West and asked for a gas refill before approaching the attendant from behind, wielding a knife and demanding money, Carroll said. The man pushed the attendant to the ground and drove away, heading west on Route 46, authorities said. The suspect is described as a Black male with possibly short facial hair, a black jacket, black pants, possibly black gloves and a black facemask and hat. Anyone with information is urged to contact Major Crimes Unit of the Morris County Prosecutor's Office at 973-285-6200, the Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department...
    An American Airlines Boeing 777-200 aircraftNicolas Economou | NurPhoto | Getty Images American Airlines said a flight to London returned to Miami late Wednesday because a passenger refused to comply with the federal mask requirement, the latest flight disruption over a report of an unruly passenger. American Airlines Flight 38, a Boeing 777 with 129 passengers and 14 crew members abroad, turned back for Miami about an hour into the trip, according to flight-tracking site FlightAware. The return was "due to a disruptive customer refusing to comply with the federal mask requirement," American said in statement. "The flight landed safely at MIA where local law enforcement met the aircraft. We thank our crew for their professionalism and apologize to our customers for the inconvenience." The traveler has been banned from flying the airline pending an investigation, the carrier said. The Miami-Dade Police Department didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Reports of unruly behavior on planes surged to a record 5,981 last year, more than 71% tied to disputes over a federal mask mandate that went into effect...
    A flight attendant has revealed the best seats to get on an economy flight and they aren't the ones in the emergency exit aisle with extra legroom. Sandra Jeenie Kwon, who works in Cabin Crew for Emirates and is based in Dubai, has racked up more than 7 million followers sharing tips and tricks of flying.  And in one video, she's revealed the trick to getting the best seat while flying economy - which is an aisle seat halfway through the back section of the plane. In the clip posted to Instagram and TikTok, Sandra explains that on a standard flight with 52 rows and a six columns  the best seats are 49C, D, F and G because they're far away from a toilet and in the aisle. She added that getting a seat towards the back of the plane are best because the plane fills up from the front first, meaning you're more likely to get a row to yourself. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next That's not YOU! Viewers of hit Netflix series spot...
    DOLTON, Ill. (CBS) — Protesters lined up Thursday evening outside a Shell gas station in Dolton, demanding that it be shut down for good. The protesters are also demanding justice for a woman who was attacked and beaten by one of the employees of the gas station at Sibley Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue in the south suburb. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Steamy Heat You saw the disturbing video first in Jermont Terry’s report on the CBS 2 News at 10 p.m. Wednesday. Nakeyah Smith said she was just trying to use the bathroom when the attendant locked the front door and would not let her leave. READ MORE: Police Question 3 Persons Of Interest In Back-To-Back Mass Shootings That Killed 1, Injured 9 In North Lawndale “So I started to unlock the door. He pushed me. I push him back,” Smith said. “So I continued to let myself out and he started hitting me.” The man how since turned himself over to police. MORE NEWS: MISSING: Yakira Ali, 2, And Yahaira Ali, 4, Last Seen In Woodlawn, Believed To Have...
    A Southwest Airlines flight attendant who lost two teeth after she was physically assaulted by a passenger on Sunday is among the more egregious examples of an unsettling increase in unruly and dangerous behavior on the part of air travelers.  There were 477 passenger misconduct incidents on Southwest flights between April 8 and May 15, including one Sunday morning on a flight landing at San Diego International Airport, according to the carrier's flight attendant union.  "This past weekend, one of our flight attendants was seriously assaulted, resulting in injuries to the face and a loss of two teeth," TWU Local 556 President Lyn Montgomery wrote in a letter to Southwest CEO Gary Kelly.  Video obtained by CBS News shows Vyvianna Quinonez, 28, punching the flight attendant's face, with another passenger jumping in to stop the attack. "Sit down!" yelled a man as he blocked Quinonez from the flight attendant, whose face was bleeding. "Don't you dare touch a flight attendant like that." Quinonez was escorted off the aircraft by police once it landed and was arrested for battery, the Port of...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – On a Southwest flight Sunday from Sacramento to San Diego, an unruly passenger attacked a flight attendant, knocking out two of her teeth and bloodying her face. “Apparently what she did was stood up and took off her seat belt and the flight attendant told her to put it back on and she attacked her,” said Susan Stidham, who was on the flight. READ MORE: Death Toll In San Jose Rail Yard Shooting Spree Rises To 9 Another witness to the assault, Taro Arai, said the attack was violent. “They start shoving each other and the next I [heard] was ‘Don’t touch me!’ They start yelling, the lady stood up and pound! She just knocked her out on the floor.” Arai said. “So, now she’s bleeding everywhere in the back looking at us and this lady who hit went back to her seat wore a mask [like] nothing happened seems like,” he said. “I’m like, whoa, I mean, she was so strong she could knock me out.” The accused attacker is 28-year-old Vyvianna Quinonez, according to CBS Sacramento....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – On a Southwest flight Sunday from Sacramento to San Diego, an unruly passenger attacked a flight attendant, knocking out two of her teeth and bloodying her face. “Apparently what she did was stood up and took off her seat belt and the flight attendant told her to put it back on and she attacked her,” said Susan Stidham, who was on the flight. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Watches, Warnings Issued Wednesday Another witness to the assault, Taro Arai, said the attack was violent. “They start shoving each other and the next I [heard] was ‘Don’t touch me!’ They start yelling, the lady stood up and pound! She just knocked her out on the floor.” Arai said. “So, now she’s bleeding everywhere in the back looking at us and this lady who hit went back to her seat wore a mask [like] nothing happened seems like,” he said. “I’m like, whoa, I mean, she was so strong she could knock me out.” The accused attacker is 28-year-old Vyvianna Quinonez, according to CBS Sacramento. She was escorted off...
    More On: southwest airlines Southwest reportedly kicks family off flight over fears boy, 3, would remove mask Airline wouldn’t let family board flight because 5-year-old autistic son couldn’t wear mask Flight attendant sues airline after husband dies from COVID Southwest pilot accused of ‘lewd act’ during flight A Southwest Airlines flight attendant had two of her teeth knocked out by an unhinged passenger over the weekend, according to a union leader. Lyn Montgomery, the president of TWU Local 556, drew attention to the attack in a letter to the airline’s CEO, writing that the flight attendant was “seriously assaulted, resulting in injuries to the face and a loss of two teeth.” The shocking incident took place on Sunday morning, after a flight from Sacramento landed in San Diego, according to a Southwest spokesman. A female passenger “repeatedly ignored standard inflight instructions and became verbally and physically abusive upon landing,” the spokesman, Chris Mainz, said Tuesday. Police were asked to meet the plane when it arrived in San Diego, and the passenger was taken into custody, Mainz said. Video on...
    If you've been missing flying, you're certainly not alone. Everyone is desperate to board a plane and jet off above the clouds somewhere. Anywhere. However, a recent lively online forum discussion in which pilots and flight attendants listed their gripes with passengers serves as a warning not to see the flying experience through rose-tinted spectacles. The thread contains over 2,600 comments, with flight crew recalling passengers taking food from the galley without permission, stuffing the overhead bins with oversized luggage, being intimate under the free blanket, poking crew 'on the a**' - and more. Pilots and flight attendants have been revealing on an online forum how passengers rub them up the wrong way (stock image) The bugbears were posted on a Reddit thread after someone posed the question: 'Flight attendants and/or pilots of Reddit, what are some things passengers do that get on your nerves?' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Christmas treats? They're here already! We reveal eight... Surfing, hiking, golf, the world's longest pedestrian... Despite queue chaos at border control,...
    Megyn Kelly reacted on Twitter to the family who was kicked off a plane because their two-year-old wasn’t wearing a mask while eating. “If you follow the thread you will see the airline finally let them back on the plane, but we have lost our ever-loving minds,” Kelly tweeted Monday, along with a video of the alleged incident. (RELATED: Megyn Kelly: Meghan Markle ‘Covered Herself In Blood Diamonds’ While Claiming To Not Be Into The ‘Grandeur’ Of Being A Royal) If you follow the thread you will see the airline finally let them back on the plane, but we have lost our ever-loving minds. https://t.co/4q7T8Cnrsn — Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) April 5, 2021 The video shows a family onboard a Spirit Airlines flight from Orlando to New York. A flight attendant tells the family they must leave the plane “because their two-year-old child” who was eating food “wasn’t wearing a mask.” The family objects, but the attendant finally cites the family’s “non-compliance” with the rule and demands they “get off” the plane. WATCH: WATCH THIS: A family was just kicked...
    Loading the player... Last week an American Airlines flight headed to California was diverted to Phoenix after two women allegedly got into a racially charged argument with another passenger who asked them to stop using hate speech. According to police, the incident took place on Feb. 24 on Flight 776 from Dallas-Fort Worth to Los Angeles. The airline confirmed in a statement that after arriving in Phoenix, authorities “removed and arrested two individuals for verbally and physically assaulting other customers and flight crew members.” (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Witnesses later explained to Phoenix police that the two women – now identified as 30-year-old Kelly Pichardo and Leeza Rodriguez, 29 – were using a racial slur when a male passenger interjected. He requested that they stop using the offensive language. READ MORE: Will Smith open to run for president ‘at some point down the line’ “Kelly Pichardo became upset and allegedly spit at the male passenger who had asked her to stop using that language,” a police statement read. “The male passenger then began to record the two women and that...
    Loading the player... During a flight from Miami to Philadelphia on Thursday, a passenger on a Frontier Airlines flight began coughing and sneezing. When the passenger in front of him complained to the flight attendant, that passenger was told he had the option of driving to his destination. The passenger who shot the video was in the middle of the packed flight. The passenger in the row right behind him was hacking and sneezing, to the point the passenger requested to move to the back of the plane, according to TMZ. Read More: Single plane passenger gave COVID-19 to 15 others: CDC He moved to the back, and after the plane landed he went to the captain and complained that the man in the row behind him was clearly sick. A flight attendant inserted himself into the conversation, saying, “You have an option. You can drive your car if it’s a problem.” He then added, “You can’t tell people to get off the plane if they got a cough and they’re sneezing.” If you are concerned about your health...
    A maskless passenger on an American Airlines flight from Orlando to Philadelphia was taken into custody Thursday morning after he allegedly tried to talk to the pilot inside the cockpit and asked about a parachute while standing next to an exit door.  The incident occurred just before 9.30am while the aircraft was approaching Philadelphia International Airport.  According to NBC Philadelphia, the man asked 'Where's my parachute?' as he walked from the back of the plane.  A maskless passenger on an American Airlines flight (file image) from Orlando to Philadelphia was taken into custody Thursday morning after he allegedly tried to talk to the pilot inside the cockpit When the plane landed safely in Philadelphia, the man was taken into custody. He was transported to a hospital a short time later and no charges were filed against him A witness said the flight attendant yelled for help and a few male passengers moved seats to protect the plane's exit doors. At one point, the man reportedly climbed over the back of one seat.  He then spoke to a flight attendant and...
    American Airlines has scaled down its flight attendant training this week after two instructors tested positive for the coronavirus.  The airline, based in Fort Worth, Texas, will continue to operate some required courses, a spokesperson for the airline told Fox News on Tuesday.  American Airlines’ full training schedule is expected to start back up after Nov. 3, The Dallas Morning News reported. DELTA PASSENGER WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT SAYS HE WAS MISTREATED OVER MASK-RELATED MISUNDERSTANDING “The safety and well-being of our team members is our unwavering focus always and especially throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” American Airlines said in a statement. “Unfortunately, we recently had two team members at our Training and Conference Center test positive.” AMERICAN AIRLINES RELEASES PLAN TO RETURN BOEING 737 MAX TO SERVICE “Out of an abundance of caution, we’ve reduced flight attendant training and will only conduct operationally necessary training for the next week,” the airline added. “In these instances, classes will be led by trainers who have not been at the Training and Conference Center recently.” FURLOUGHED AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT ATTENDANT CONTRACTS CORONAVIRUS DAYS AFTER LOSING...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- More than 30,000 airline workers lost their jobs in just one day. And it didn't need to happen, if only Congress and the Trump administration had agreed to an extension of the CARES ACT that has allowed airlines to keep paying its employees.RELATED: Flight attendant delivers heartfelt message amid furloughs EMBED More News Videos An American Airlines flight attendant delivers an emotional message to passengers and crew after the company announced 19,000 furloughs. These jobs can come back, but the question is: how long can these newly-unemployed airlines workers hold on without a paycheck?In Chicago alone, there are over 850 fewer flight attendants flying United's not-so-friendly skies now. They are but a handful of the over 13,000 people United had to put on furlough - and 19,000 for American Airlines - as the deadline for Congress to extend the Payroll Support Program for the airline industry came and went."Since I was a little boy, my dream job was to be a flight attendant," said Jordy Comeaux, a United AFA flight attendant for nearly five years. Chicago-based Comeaux...
    FREEPORT, N.Y. (AP) — A New York City man was arrested Friday on charges he bashed a 67-year-old gas station attendant with a metal bar after the attendant asked him to observe social distancing during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Hiram Vega, of Queens, was arraigned Saturday on assault charges stemming from the April 3 incident at a gas station in Freeport, Long Island. He has not posted bail, which was set at $150,000 bond or $75,000 cash, and remained jailed. Vega, 41, is due back in court on Tuesday. Court records show that Vega is represented by the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County, which has a policy of not commenting to the media on pending cases. According to police, Vega gave the attendant $10 for gas but got angry when the attendant told him he was standing too close and should step back. Vega went back to his vehicle, grabbed a metal bar and struck the attendant in the head, ribs and right leg, police said. The attendant suffered a fractured skull and a large laceration on...
    THE Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco has thrilled fans with behind-the-scenes pictures as she returns to the set of The Flight Attendant. The 34-year-old actress took to her social media to share pictures with her co-star Michiel Huisman after they reunited on set. 4The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco has thrilled fans with behind-the-scenes pictures as she returns to the set of The Flight Attendant Taking a series of selfies, both actors wore masks but were clearly smiling underneath as they celebrated their reunion and starting to finish work on the first series of the new show. Kaley wrote: "We’re back!! Keeping our distance of course! ???????? @michielhuisman ???? ???? #theflightattendant. "Time to land this ✈️! @hbomax @theflightattendantmax @warnerbrostv." Kaley also revealed on her Instagram Stories that she had started her day at 4.20am. 4The 34-year-old actress took to her social media to share pictures with her co-star Michiel Huisman after they reunited on set 4Kaley has kept fans up to date on the progress of the show since it resumed filming Credit: The Mega Agency She wrote: "First day...
    Kaley revealed that her photo was taken on the set of 'The Flight Attendant.' Kaley Cuoco thrilled her Instagram followers on Monday with a visual update on her new HBO Max series, The Flight Attendant. In the caption of her post, the former star of The Big Bang Theory announced that she has resumed filming the highly anticipated show. The pair of pictures that she shared also revealed the identity of one of the actors she shot some of her scenes with, Game of Thrones star Michiel Huisman. In the images, Kaley and her costar both wore protective blue face masks over their noses and mouths. However, the crinkles around their eyes suggested that they were both smiling underneath the coverings. Kaley also widened her eyes as if she were shocked or surprised in the first snapshot. The emotive actress was pictured from the upper chest up. She had on a black top or dress with spaghetti straps and a plunging neckline that displayed her flawless decolletage. Around her neck, she wore a gold medallion necklace. Her blond hair appeared...
    THIS is the terrifying moment a tourist is sent flying through the air as her boat suddenly explodes while being filled with fuel. Surveillance cameras capture the drama as powerful shockwaves hurl the startled holidaymaker headlong into the sea. 4The tourist was sent flying through the air by the force of the blastCredit: Porto di Ponza Amazingly the bikini-clad woman escaped serious injury in the horror blast at the island port of Ponza, Italy. The shocking clip opens with the woman standing at the rear of the boat holding the fuel pump. She is then seen handing the hose back to the attendant who is standing above her on the dock. Then, without any kind of warning, a huge explosion rips through the stern of the cruiser. 4Amazingly the bikini-clad woman escaped any injuriesCredit: Porto di Ponza 4The horror blast at the Italian island port of PonzaCredit: PORTO DI PONZA The woman is then catapulted from the deck of the motorboat into the waters below. She is quickly followed by the attendant and her husband and his daughter who also...
    Kaley Cuoco has revealed she has to quarantine for two weeks in New York before filming can restart on The Flight Attendant. The 34-year-old actress has been keeping fans up to date on what is happening with her new show, her first big role since The Big Bang Theory ended in May last year. 4Kaley Cuoco has revealed she has to quarantine for two weeks in New York before filming can restart on The Flight AttendantCredit: HBO Max Taking to her Instagram in a video alongside husband Karl Cook, she said: "The first update would be that I am going back to work! "So my sister, me and my trusty assistant Emma go back to New York on Monday. And we have to quarantine – I'm sure you'll see a lot of stuff on social media about our quarantine. "We'll be quarantined for two weeks and you'll get a look at our shenanigans, I'm sure. And then back to work." Kaley then revealed how much filming was left to do, adding: "We only have like two and a half...
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