Southwest Airlines passenger arrested for 'erratic behavior' had allegedly attacked flight attendant, passenger claims

An out-of-control passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight to Newark was arrested Monday evening for displaying “erratic behavior,” the airline said.

The unidentified flyer caused a commotion on Flight 864 from Fort Lauderdale — which landed an hour late, at 12:26 a.m. Tuesday.

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It’s unclear exactly what he did, but some passengers tweeted that a man on their flight arriving in Newark tried to exit the aircraft and attacked a stewardess.

“My recap home… guy tried departing the plane, guy attacks Stewardess, guy gets zip-tied, swarmed by police and arrested… OH MY PLANE WAS DELAYED,” tweeted @drychickenthigh.

The man’s behavior prompted the crew to call local law enforcement, who met the plane and cuffed the unruly passenger.

No one was injured, the airline said.

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Additional reporting by Joe Marino. This story originally appeared in The New York Post.