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Drunk flight attendant arrested after boarding US aircraft



An American flight attendant has been arrested and charged with passing out on a plane and did not know which city she was in when the flight landed, police say.

Julianne March, 49, of Wisconsin, was charged with public intoxication Thursday, according to an arrest report, reported by the Kansas City Star .

The incident happened on a 2nd flight from Chicago to South Bend, Indiana on a United Express flight operated by Air Wisconsin.

  Julianne March was photographed asleep.

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Julianne March was photographed asleep.

Video shared from the flight shows the flight attendant, who is from the city of Waukesha, fell into a seat in the seat at the back of the plane while passengers are staring at her.

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Passenger Aaron Scherb tweeted at United Airlines in August. 2 about the incident, saying that the flight attendant displayed behavior that she suggested was full.

  Julianne March, 49, of Wisconsin, was charged with public intoxication.

St. Joseph's County Persecutor's Office

Julianne March, 49, of Wisconsin, was charged with public intoxication.

"Hey @united, our flight attendant seems to be pretty drunk on this from ORD to SBN. She is neglecting her speech (she couldn't get through the security message), couldn't go straight / hit everyone in the aisle and continued to drop things, "Scherb tweeted.

"All the passengers seem to recognize it. It's appalling," Scherb said in a second tweet.

The prosecutors said that airport police and United Airlines employees boarded the plane and met the flight attendant after it landed.

Authorities investigated the flight attendant to see if she had any medical problems but found none, prosecutors said, as reported by the Tri-City Herald . She had the smell of alcohol in her breath, bloodshot eyes, sloppy speech and poor balance, a statement said.

Mars could face up to six months in jail, a spokeswoman for St. Joseph's County Persecutor's Office told the Tri-City Herald.

Air Wisconsin told the Tri-City Herald that the flight attendant is "no longer employed by the company".

United Airlines and Air Wisconsin did not respond to Daily News for comment.

– New York Daily News


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