VIDEO | Woman is immobilized with stun gun after not...

A woman who refused to wear a mask on a flight caused great confusion last Sunday (25), in a section of the airline Spirit Airlines bound for Puerto Rico. A police officer even used a stun gun to immobilize the woman during the riot.

Instead of covering her mouth and nose, which is recommended against covid-19, the woman was wearing neck protection when she started a fight with other passengers. The information is from UOL.

The plane left New York, in the United States, and had just landed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the time of the discussion. Identified as Nyasy Veronique Payne, the woman appears screaming at a man in a white T-shirt, whose name is Javier Lopez Cruz.

One of the passengers managed to film the confusion, which continued with Nyasy punching a member of the crew, who tried to restrain the attacker without success. After that, she goes after Javier, when she is hit by the boy’s friends with several punches.

The recording ends with the arrival of a police officer, who uses a stun gun to control the woman.

According to witnesses, Nyasy and some fellow travelers would have refused to put the masks on her face and would still be walking on the plane, even when the orientation was to remain seated and put on the seat belt.

However, one of the passengers claims that the group of men involved in the fight began to shout homophobic and racist words against Nyasy and friends.

When the conflict ended, flight attendants called the police to speak with those involved. According to the British website Daily Mail, Nyasy has been charged with assault by the Puerto Rico police and is in police custody.

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