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VIDEO: Drunk Suitcase-Riding Airline Passenger Spits At Cop, Poops In Police Car

Orlando, FL – Authorities have released bodycam of an incident inside Orlando International Airport involving a bike cop and a drunk woman riding a motorized suitcase who spit at officers and then pooped in the police car (video below).

The incident occurred in April of 2021 when 32-year-old Chelsea Alston attempted to board her flight home to New York from Orlando, WKMG reported.

Court records said a Southwest Airlines gate agent wouldn’t let Alston board the flight because she appeared inebriated and police had to be called when the passenger became outraged, the New York Post reported.

“I don’t want no beef. I’m just trying to go home and enjoy myself,” Alston reportedly told the gate agent.

She claimed she had only had two drinks while she was waiting for her flight which had been delayed, the New York Post reported.

Orlando Police Officer Andrew Mamone responded to the gate on his patrol bike and noted Alston’s glassy eyes, inability to stand up straight, and the pervasive odor of alcohol coming from her.

“It’s okay,” Officer Mamone calmly told Alston in the bodycam video. “You just need to go over to the terminal and sober up a little bit. Get another flight.”

The woman climbed atop her suitcase, flipped the officer the bird, and unleashed a stream of obscenities at him, the video showed.

“F—k you! Suck my d—k!” she shouted at the officer as she began driving away on her motorized suitcase.

The video showed the officer stood and watched her flee the scene and seemed a little bit amused.

Bodycam video showed the officer slowly following Alston through the airport terminal from a distance on his patrol bike.

“We’re going to have a bike pursuing a suitcase in a minute,” the officer joked as he trailed her.

“Oh man, that thing kind of goes fast,” Officer Mamone commented, and bystanders can be heard giggling as the ridiculous scene passed by.

The officer finally caught up with Alston in the airport’s internal train and ordered her to leave the secure area of the terminal, the video showed.

Officer Mamone stayed calm and tried to use humor to usher the inebriated woman out of the secure area without having to arrest her, the video showed.

At one point, bodycam showed the officer challenged the suitcase-riding Alston to a race, but she wouldn’t take the bait.

“Chelsea, let’s just roll our little wheels to the other side of TSA together,” he suggested.

“Follow me, and we’ll roll out together,” Officer Mamone told the woman more than once.

Finally, the officer warned Alston she would be arrested if she continued to ignore police orders and she spit at him, the video showed.

She started walking away after she spat at him but Officer Mamone and another officer placed her in handcuffs.

The video showed Alston turned around in her handcuffs and spit at the officer’s face.

He ordered her to stop spitting at him.

“I only did it one time. I only did it one time,” Alston insisted in the video.

She refused to cooperate and walk out of the airport, so video showed the officers were forced to drag her to the police vehicle in front of the terminal.

Although the video ended when officers placed Alston in the back of a patrol vehicle, she didn’t stop her vile antics.

Police said Alston defecated in the back of the police car and smeared it everywhere she could, the New York Post reported.

The police report said that Alston did about $1,200 in damage to the patrol car, WKMG reported.

Alston was booked into the Orange County Jail on charges of battery on a police officer, the New York Post reported.

She was later released on a $13,500 bond.

Watch the incident unfold in the video below. WARNING – Obscene Language:

Written by
Sandy Malone

Managing Editor - Twitter/@SandyMalone_ - Prior to joining The Police Tribune, Sandy wrote the Politics.Net column for the Wall Street Journal and was managing editor of Campaigns & Elections magazine. More recently, she was an internationally-syndicated columnist for Conde Nast (BRIDES), The Huffington Post, and Monsters and Critics. Sandy is married to a retired police captain and former SWAT commander.

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