Cops say officers chase woman at airport, then spit on them and stripped them naked while in detention

A pursuit of an unruly traveler at a Georgia airport led to a fiasco in the area when officers arrested her, police said.

Airport police arrived at Gate V Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport At about noon on February 5 to approach “Unruly client“, according to a press release from the Atlanta Police Department. Police said a woman at the gate became rowdy after staff refused her a boarding pass due to her behavior.

While being escorted away from the gate and into the station, the woman refused to get into a patrol car and then fled, police said.

officer Finally, he pushed the woman to the ground A video obtained by WXIA showed her being handcuffed on the airport tarmac.

Police said officers took the woman to the airport area to evaluate the injury when things took a different turn.

Police said she spat at several officers while in custody. The woman also urinated on herself and stripped off most of her clothes, according to the administration.

Officers covered her with other materials so she could be sent to the Clayton County Jail, police said.

The woman did not suffer any injuries after the incident, according to EMS.

She was initially charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing law enforcement officers. Clayton County inmate records updated Feb. 7 show she faces Criminal charges of trespassingCriminal damage and loitering or wandering.

The Sheriff’s Office declined to comment to McClatchy News about whether the February 7 charges are in addition to the initial charges.

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