“My behaviour was normal.”
This was the response given by Maxine Williams who was convicted of several charges which incuded assault and being drunk on board an aircraft, by the Magistrates Court in Willesden, North West London.
According to a news report by UK’s The Sun, Williams, a receptionist from Fulham, was said to have been drunk on board a Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Heathrow, London in January.
Williams, 57, had to be bound with gaffer tape and plastic loops after she kicked stewardess Teoh Ming Lee and the captain had to declare a security alert at 30,000 feet.
Teoh told the court that Williams, had used the F word a lot and could not stand up properly.
“She kicked my meal cart, the water on the cart spilled onto the passenger. I told her don’t kick the cart so she started swearing.
The court also heard that Williams had called the stewardess “a Malaysian pig” and screamed “I hate your f***ing country”.
All these happened due to Williams being denied more alcohol after she had been boozing for 10 hours on the flight.