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Flight attendants take self-defense classes to handle unruly passengers as airplane cabins see more chaosWith pandemic stress frazzling the nerves of COVID anxious travelers, there is a renewed sense of importance among flight attendants to learn how to protect themselves. “It’s getting crazy out there lately. So it’s better to know what to do to defend ourselves against any sort of attacks,” one flight attendant told CBS News. (www.winknews.com) More...
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KoolAid laced with knockout drops till the plane lands,let the son's sleep I g off,then arrest them
Real, publicized jail time might give pause to those thinking about a fight.
nothing new medically about this virus. But this has shown what cowardly sheep AMericans actually are. The masking mandate medically speaking is pure BS for the general public. The fact that the communist chinese endorse it is good reason for us to immediately reject it. Believe it or not much of what Public Health and therefore the government has foisted on us has come from taking councel of what the CHinese have advocate. The Scandanavians took a very different much less interventionist track that worked just as well or better but that went against the grain of what the US govern and politicians summarily decided initially and they of course have refuse and will NEVER admit that it was ineffectiv and that other options including letting it take its course (could we possibly have had any worse outcomes- i doubt it) should have been considered.
the self defense classes,as well as zip ties, were added to the flight attendant "kit bag of knowlege" a long time ago..most do not nor have not had to use that,until the covid flyers began to come onboard.. dont think the air marshall program is in full force again at this time either,so flight attendants need some type of refresher courses which include what is taught to police officers!
So it will become 'fight club'. Just give them all a taser and a syringe of Ketamine. People have said a straight jacket should be used on 'problem passengers', but you can't get a struggling person into one, unless you have some help (hence the ketamine). Firing a taser on a plane in close quarters could lead to collateral damage, but...