January 14, 2011 by staff
Arianna Huffington, Arianna Huffington angry passenger air after keeping the cat on her BlackBerry, even after the pilot asked passengers to turn off the electronic devices before takeoff. Huffington was on a United Express flight operated by Atlantic Southeast Airlines flights from Washington to New York Saturday night. Belodoff Ellis, 53, of Plainview, Long Island, said he remained concerned after Huffington chat on the phone.
“She has been using her BlackBerry before the safety of the entire plan. It was purely her own interest, she was concerned,” said Belodoff.
Belodoff became very agitated and marked by a flight attendant. The officer asked Huffington off her phone.
“He told me:” Calm yourself, sir, “I told him that I was calm. If I was not quiet, I would have ripped her hand!”
The flight arrived safely. A spokesman said Huffington Political commentator had no idea of the passenger was furious against her.
“Apparently, the passenger was very agitated. Arianna thought he did not like her case, Mario Ruiz. “Maybe he was a fan of the iPhone.”
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, has refused to turn on her Blackberry mobile phone off a recent united flight from Washington Dulles Express in New York enraged 53-year Belodoff Ellis, a native of New York.
According to reports, Huffington confronted Belodoff why she did not follow the order of planes, standing in the process, challenging the procedures of its own plan.
Huffington has not been escorted off the plane by police on landing, but was questioned by the authorities as a Belodoff. No arrests were made.
The incident adds to a growing trend of passengers refused to turn off their devices, and second since the incident celebrity actor Josh Duhamel, refused to turn off her phone, which eventually led it to be escorted off the plane before its departure.
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