A Florida man was apprehended at the Southwest Florida International Airport for mid-flight artillery against a flight attendant in the high skies, reportedly calling her a ethnic insinuation and “too big for this job.”

On June 8, NBC 2 reported that Gregory Alexander was detained at the airport for his rebellious behavior during the flight. It remains unclear at this time what airline the 82 -year-old was flying.

Apparently, the North Fort Myers man approached the unnamed staffer from behind while she was helping boozings to other fares, aggressively protruding her in the back and demanding that she move as well as calling her a ethnic insinuation, the shop reports.

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“You’re too big for this job; you’re too solid, overweight, ” Alexander razzed the flight attendant after she asked for him to stop. He then proceeded to walk around her.

Upon landing, he was charged with artillery and obstruction with aircraft business before being booked in Lee County Jail.

Southwest Florida International Airport did not immediately recall Fox News’ request for additional comment on the story.

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