A crazed woman was arrested by the FBI after she went on an expletive-laced tirade and slapped a fellow passenger aboard a Delta flight from Tampa to Atlanta.

Patricia Cornwall was arrested by the FBI after she went on an expletive-laced tirade and slapped a fellow passenger aboard a Delta flight from Tampa to Atlanta.

The unhinged woman — identified as Patricia Cornwall — was arrested by the feds after the wild incident aboard Flight 2790 on Thursday, Atlanta police said in a statement.

She was accused of causing a midair “disturbance” that led to the “injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees,” police said.

A video shows the woman standing in the aisle cursing at a male passenger as they exchange heated words.

“Put your f— mask on!” she yells, as her own mask sits below her chin.

Patricia Cornwall was accused of causing a midair "disturbance" that led to the "injury of fellow passengers and Delta employees."

“Sit down, Karen!” he shoots back at the woman.

“Mask up!” she shouts.

“You mask up, b—!” he yells back.

She is then seen slapping the man, who shouts, “You’re going to jail!”

Crew members are seen trying to restrain the woman, who is led down the aisle while yelling, “You f— piece of s—!”

Someone in the clip said the woman “went crazy on the airplane, punched this man in the face, spit on him, scratched him (and) poured hot water on my leg.” 

The flight landed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport at 6:10 p.m., police met with airline employees at Gate A11, where passengers described the incident.

According to TMZ, Cornwall went ballistic because the man wouldn’t mask up while eating and drinking.

When the flight landed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport at 6:10 p.m., police met with airline employees at Gate A11, where passengers described the incident.

“Based on the statements gathered and visible evidence, officers detained Ms. Cornwall and contacted the on-call FBI agent,” police said in a statement.

“The officers then relocated with Ms. Cornwall to the domestic Atlanta Police precinct where FBI agents responded and took custody of Ms. Cornwall,” it added.

It was not immediately clear what charges she faces.


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