"Boarding announcements were 'if your seatbelt isn't fastened, you f-ed up, '" he added.
A concerned passenger posted pictures of the airline employee on Twitter Thursday, May 3.
However, officers confirmed she was drunk and passed the case onto the FBI to investigate further. The investigation was forwarded to the FBI. "The cops and an emergency vehicle were sitting tight for her when we landed", she wrote in a now-erased tweet, per KPRC.
A spokesperson for Trans States Airlines told the publication that the employee is now being "held out of service" in the meantime.
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'Trans States Airlines is aware of reports of erratic behavior by a flight attendant on flight 4689 from Denver to Willston.
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United responded to Erika's Tweets asking for more details and later apologised to the customers on-board, saying it is refunding all of their airfares "as a gesture of goodwill". On Wednesday, the company revised its pet policy after a 9-month-old dog died in one of its overhead luggage bins.
'We are aware of a concerning incident involving a flight attendant serving on our regional service provider Trans States Airlines flight 4689. They also want to know the name of the flight attendant whom they are holding responsible for the animal's death.
In a statement from United Airlines obtained by PEOPLE, the airline apologized for the incident and revealed it had reimbursed all of the passengers on the flight. "Strong-jawed" dog breeds like the American Pit Bull Terrier and Mastiffs are also banned.