AUTHORITIES: Pilot refuses to fly allegedly drunk woman
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB Fox 41) -- Authorities say a Milwaukee woman who had planned on catching a plane at the Louisville International Airport was barred from her flight due to her condition.
According to an arrest report, 22-year-old Amanda J. Wolf was at American Airlines Gate A14 shortly before 9:00 Sunday night, causing a disturbance. It states that she had the smell of alcohol on her breath, and that she was, "loud and causing alarm to surrounding passengers and airline employees."
The American Airlines pilot refused to allow her on the flight, and Wolf was allegedly escorted to the unsecured side of the airport so that she could catch a different flight in the morning. However, when security tried to get her to sit and wait until morning, she allegedly refused.
"At one point, she threw down her bags and poised her body in an aggressive stance," the arrest report states.
When officers attempted to arrest her, "she continually pulled away from both officers...and began to turn in circles to keep from being handcuffed."
Authorities say she admitted to drinking a glass of wine, a shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey and shots of Maker's Mark.
As she was being arrested, Wolf allegedly told officers that she is "well-connected throughout the United States" and that her boyfriend is an attorney. The arrest report indicates that she is a student, but it is not clear where.
She was charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.