Incredible pictures show unbelievable moment female passenger gives birth DURING a flight


JetBlue added on Twitter that "more baby shower gifts" are coming, though the airline has yet to specify whether that means free travel deals, as airlines including Jet Airways and Spirit have done for customers who gave birth aboard their aircraft.

The birth took place on flight 1954 to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Florida, USA from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The woman was overheard yelling "I'm not sitting next to a f--ing three-year-old".

The roughly two-minute clip starts with a woman, later identified by authorities as Valerie Gonzalez, talking on the phone saying she doesn't want to get off the plane.

Officers had to use a spit mask when dealing with the unruly passenger and had to cuff both her hands and feet.

Gonzalez then went on to question what she did to get herself kicked off of the flight, claiming that she had "called someone old because they were".

According to an arrest report, Gonzalez said: 'I'm not sitting next to a f***ing 3-year-old.

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"I'm not getting off this plane", she is heard telling someone on her cellphone.

Mother and baby are doing well, ABC News reported.

"Alright, I'll get my bags. I'll take my f**king s**t", she adds while blowing kisses at the various cameras filming her.

The woman, who was allegedly drunk, was captured spitting in the direction of a young child sat in front of her, mid-way through an expletive-laden rant.

A passenger on the plane told the deputy that Gonzalez she was seated in the same row with her and that she hit her on the arm when she refused to switch seats.

She appeared before a judge the next day and was charged with Battery, according to the booking report filed by the Broward County Sheriff's office. As per report, leg restraints had to be put on Gonzalez to stop her from kicking people.