Do you like to learn about Psychology and what people might be thinking for the way that they behave? Today, I saw something on Fox News that seemed to be filmed 3 days ago. Fox News blurred the face of a woman cursing, claiming that people can die and be with God (Or she said, “die with him or not” instead of “die with God”), and she said that a man at the back isn’t real. Another thing that’s odd is that comedian Carrot Top was a witness on the plane and was interviewed by Fox News. Carrot Top is a comedian with red dreadlocks.
This video is about a minute at https://www.youtube.com/shorts/TIuovQbsdX4 .
Then I went to Youtube again, but this time I typed in…:
passenger who wasn't real background
…and this 14 minute video uploaded by a Jewel Phoenix person appeared listed first at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEUSYWVCinw
For 1 of the Youtube video uploads, a man in the comments section called himself a policeman of 16 years and that he said he saw before that people break down this way when they see something that they can’t process.
Security and the passengers handled it well and peacefully.
If I’m understanding this, she could have had a nervous breakdown. Or she could have a kind of sleep exhaustion where she temporarily sees things that aren’t there. Or she could have had an argument over airpods. Or she could have been drunk.
I don’t know if this is true or not, but this is what I’m inferring from my understanding.
Why are the beautiful ones always the craziest?
Whoa. This is odd. I used the strikethrough feature for some of what I originally typed.
One of the comments from a video was that there already are some odd people in The Dallas-Fort Worth area where this was filmed.
Here's the original Carrot Top interview where he doesn't mention the man in green hoodie because the man in the green hoodie wasn't there: https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/carrot-top-says-he-was-same-plane-as-woman-who-went-tirade-about-not-real-passenger
If you go to https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/viral-not-real-person-on-plane-identified-after-womans-freak-out-2201592/ then click on…
"Noting the differences in the overhead bins, this appears to be a different aircraft. According to several sources, this video was circulating a year earlier in 2022."
...and watch the link, then apparently the ranting woman is not a hoax, but the man in the green hoodie is a hoax because it's from a 2022 video and edited in.
After looking at different articles, it seems as though there's a more plausible explanation. Some witnesses claim that the Karen was drinking before getting on the flight. She was inside the plane, dropped an airpod while bumping into a male black flight attendant next to her. For some delusional reason, she thought that he wasn't certified or wasn't genuine. She should have said, "...he's not certified," or "...he's not genuine," instead of "...he's not real," so that she doesn't sound misinterpreted as crazy like she was harassed by an invisible man that's a voice in her head.
Last edited by stathmk on Fri Jul 07, 2023 5:58 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : More plausible explanations)