Fed-up JetBlue flight attendant drops intercom F-bomb, screams, ‘I’ve had it,’ bolts plane down emergency slide!
A JetBlue flight attendant blew his top on an incoming flight at Kennedy Airport on Monday, dropped the F-bomb over the intercom and bolted down an emergency slide.
The mad-as-hell worker stunned passengers when he spewed profanity and boasted about quitting his job as the flight from Pittsburgh pulled up to the gate around noon.
“To the passenger who called me a m—f–er, f— you,” flight attendant Steven Slater ranted over the intercom, passengers said.
“I’ve been in the business 28 years. I’ve had it. That’s it.”
After activating the emergency exit and sliding down to the tarmac, Slater returned to pick up his bag and rode the AirTrain to his car parked the the JetBlue lot, cops said.
Slater stripped off his company tie and flung it off the train as bemused passengers watched at the Terminal Five stop.
Port Authority police arrested Slater at his home in nearby Belle Harbor, Queens. Charges were pending.
Just before his dramatic resignation, Slater had argued with a passenger who was trying to retrieve a bag from an overhead compartment before the plane was stopped.