Musician Azealia Banks removed herself from an Aer Lingus flight to Dublin from Heathrow after getting into a dispute with a flight attendant. Banks was rummaging through her luggage in the overhead compartment when the argument occurred. The flight attendant urged Banks to finish what she was doing so the passengers could board. The flight attendant claimed that Banks stated, “Don’t stare at me or I’ll sort you out,” which Banks denied. Banks claimed to have been treated like a “wild animal”. Banks was later banned by the airline.
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