Wisconsin Native Flight Attendant is Passed Out Drunk on Flight. Go Pack Go!
Julianne March, 49, from Waukesha, Wisconsin a flight attendant for United Airlines, helped herself to the tiny liquor bottles on a VERY short flight. Where the hell are my peanuts by the way! ABCNEWS
Passengers on the short flight from Chicago to South Bend, Indiana took notice that Julianne was tanked and passed out...their flight attendant. The flight landed and it was time to check on the now crying and confused flight attendant.
Julianne was administered a Breathalyzer test, her level was 0.204, five times over the legal limit for flight attendants. Whoa!!! How quickly did she pound the booze on such a short flight?
The folks from "Air Wisconsin" had to make a comment on this, and it was "top shelf" and to the point:
"The Flight Attendant involved in this incident is no longer an employee of the company. We will continue to cooperate with local authorities and assist them as necessary."
Passengers were interviewed after the flight, about the actions of this flight attendant:
"She kind of leaning against the galley and didn't seem to be making eye with passengers while boarding, which seemed a little strange."
No...a little strange you say? No eye contact, and a White Claw in her hand (made that part up).
Once the flight took off, Julianne buckled herself in, and she was out. I've seen that before, but not the flight attendant!
"The flight attendant didn't get up for the whole flight, she didn't do a security announcement or secure the cabin. When we landed, she appeared to need help opening the jet bridge." - Passenger Aaron Scherb
You have reached, your FINAL destination Julianne.