Passenger arrives taped to his seat after assault of 3 flight attendants

4/8/2021 1:16:00 PM

WATCH: 'My parents are worth 2 million dollars.' A passenger on a flight in the US allegedly groped two flight attendants and punched another. He was later restrained and taped to his seat by a crew member until the plane landed. Read the full story:

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