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-- think we've heard quite a bit about drunk airline passengers but this police report gives big details about a flight attendant who police say smelled like alcohol.
And couldn't even spell it wrong last name.
That -- is just the beginning.
Pinnacle airlines a subsidiary of delta called police to assist them because it appeared one of their flight attendant.
51 year old Mary -- bombers was -- she told police she hadn't had a drink in two days but a police report indicates something very different.
Police describe her is moving very slowly and using both hands to balance they go on to say bombers was mumbling and -- Police say she failed to alphabet sobriety tests.
Accounting test and eye tracking test and had trouble following directions for a breathalyzer.
Repeatedly pushing her tongue into the two.
Eventually she -- -- point 186 which is more than twice the legal driving limit we spoke to airlines -- Practically.
The life saving people that help people off planes and emergency.
And they have to sign a contract with the airlines that they will -- -- the intoxicated and I believe that they should.
You know they're there for safety is not serving -- so.
It's I gotta be intoxicated that there's.
A sweep of the plane found three -- airline -- vodka bottles and records show there was no alcohol sold on the previous flight.
Now at this point bombers is not charge -- any kind of a crime the FAA is investigating to see if she could face any civil penalties.
And pinnacle has suspended her pending their own investigation.
Now pinnacle airlines does have a rule that flight crews including flight attendants abstain from alcohol twelve hours before their flight.
Passengers that were on that canceled flight -- -- on other flights that same afternoon.
-- gallant fox nine news.
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