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Unruly passenger removed from flight after yelling about child, spitting

20 February 2019

"Flight 1954 was operated on aircraft N523JB, coincidentally named, 'Born To Be Blue'".

Yaqui Ramos, with JetBlue ground operations, posted photos on Twitter after arriving in Fort Lauderdale, including photos of medical personnel looking at the baby. Despite crew members and medical professionals helping the woman give birth, the flight landed 11 minutes early, taking only two hours and 40 minutes.

The image show Broward County paramedics looking after the tiny baby in the jetway bridge at the airport.

"What an wonderful coincidence our brand NEW #BabyBlue born at #BornToBeBlue aircraft @JetBlue @HelloJetBlue, ' the user posted".

"Thank you to our incredible IF crew and Angie AO Leader for suprising (sic) and delight this new mom!#Culturepic", the tweet concluded.

The company also tweeted that they were, "giving storks a day off". 'More baby shower gifts to come!

The new mom and her baby were taken to Broward Health Medical Center after landing.

She is said to have initially become incensed when she found herself sitting next to a child on the plane.

Gonzalez soon realized she was being recorded.

You can hear someone off camera say, "Bye".

"I didn't do anything wrong", Gonzalez is heard saying to somebody over the phone, before yelling, "Oh, you wanna f***ing tape me, make me viral b****es?" before leaning toward the seat in front of her and seemingly spitting on a seated passenger.

"I'm not sitting next to a f-- three year old, I've been drinking all day", she said, according to a subsequent arrest report, quoted by local media.

Gonzalez was arrested at the Florida airport and charged with battery.

Flight 1954 welcomed what the airline officially dubbed their "youngest customer to date" on the Friday flight and now the airline wants to rename the jet, which was ironically already named "Born to Be Blue", after the newborn.

Unruly passenger removed from flight after yelling about child, spitting