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Video shows confrontation between Spirit Airlines employee, traveler at DFW Airport

DALLAS - Spirit Airlines said it suspended an employee who got into an argument with a traveler that got out of control at DFW Airport.Airport police were not on the scene while the fight was happening, but they are investigating. They took a report based on the accounts of the two people involved, plus witnesses who recorded video.The fight apparently started over a problem with seating on a flight.No one was taken into custody as both parties were released from the scene after being interviewed.

So far, no one has been officially charged. DFW Airport police confirmed the investigation is still ongoing. Video of the confrontation has now been viewed by millions.A Spirit Airlines employee got into an argument with a traveler that got out of control at DFW Airport.Video shows them both on the ground shortly after she yelled a series of homophobic slurs at him, shoved him and then hit him inside DFW International Airport Thursday. "I am at the Panda Express, and we hear yelling, and I drop my food. And my instinct is to pull out the camera and start recording," recalled Thomas Shannon.The professional photographer was the person behind the camera, and he was unsure what sparked the argument. "How did we get here? Why do we think this is ok?" Shannon added.According to a DFW Airport police incident report released Friday, the female passenger from Fort Worth became angry during the boarding process. The Spirit employee told the airport police the woman got off a plane complaining there wasn’t a seat for her.

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