It's not too difficult to understand the laws, especially when you enter an airport

I am still amazed every time I hear about how people just lose their minds when they are at the airport or on an airplane. One of the biggest issues these days is the whole wearing a mask thing. Look, I don't like it just as much as the next person, but when we are told that we must wear a mask the second we walk into an airport and keep it on until our plane lands and we reach our destination - Then I simply comply. It's not hard to figure out. Some people believe it's a personal front against their freedom, and they wait until they are 36,000 feet in the air until they freak out, and become combative.

This charming fellow decided to threaten to kill a TWA agent

Last week a Minneapolis man had a melt-down at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. According to "A 44-year-old man threatened to kill a federal security agent at the Twin Cities airport and went after police officers until he was subdued, according to charges". Frank Towers was charged with fourth-degree assault and threats of violence, both felonies. Towers were seen shouting at a TWA agent and then going after police officers.

Most people are usually calm and level-headed at the airport

startribune also reported that "Law enforcement reviewed airport surveillance video and saw Towers punching and head-butting television screens and throwing a chair". Frank has had some trouble with the law in the past, and in those cases, he has had a history of mental illness. This is the reality of our world, those that are unstable are not treated properly, and when they are confined inside an airplane or airport, they lose all control.

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