14 December, 2017
A woman on a Southwest Airlines flight from Portland to Sacramento would have killed for the chance to smoke a cigarette Saturday.
Southwest Airlines reported the woman was caught smoking in one of the plane's bathrooms and tampered with a smoke detector.
Curbelo had to be physically forced back to her seat, and in her struggle she ripped an oxygen mask off the ceiling as she berated anyone within range.
Passengers helped restrain her for 30 minutes until the flight landed. The woman was traveling somewhere between Portland and Sacramento on December 9, and chose to smoke a cigarette in the bathroom, despite being instructed not to for safety purposes.
The passenger, identified by KOVR as 24-year-old Valerie Curbelo, spoke with the station from jail on Sunday.
Sitting in jail, Curbelo couldn't say exactly what she was anxious about or what made her act that way.
"I swear it was like white knuckle the rest of the flight".
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Curbelo was arrested on three felony counts of threats to commit a crime resulting in death or great bodily injury. "I will kill everybody on this f--ing plane".
"I don't know. It was not me".
When Thompson asked, "Why did you try and smoke in the bathroom?", Curbello responded by saying, "the anxiety, yeah the anxiety".
Federal regulations prohibit smoking on an aircraft or tampering with a smoke detector, which is typically punished by a fine.
"The safety of our crew and passengers is our top priority and we take all threats seriously". The Pilots declared an emergency to receive priority handling from air traffic controllers, and our Crew handled the situation onboard until the plane landed and local authorities stepped in.
'The flight carried 136 customers and a crew of five'.