Deaf Couple Enraged After One Passenger Punched Pregnant Fiancée And Service Dog Who Apparently Took Too Much Space
Milla DeynPublished in January 2021 / Updated in January 2021
We see humans, but no humanity. The FBI is investigating one guy for punching a pregnant deaf woman and her service dog. The incident took place on a Frontier Airlines plane in Orlando.
Mathew Silvay and Hazel Ramirez were traveling with their two kids and their service dog. Timothy and Petrini Manley complained that they’re allergic to the dog. Timothy also complained that the service dog, a Great Dane, was taking up too much space.
According to the police report, Timothy took matters into his own hands and punched a dog with a closed fist. The two couples started arguing, and as Mathew Silvay and Hazel Ramirez explained, they did their best, considering they’re deaf.
The dog, Zariel, behaved very well, even according to the other passengers. However, when it was time for a stretch, Timothy was ready to attack the poor animal.
From punching the dog to attacking a pregnant woman
After getting into Matthew’s face, Timothy punched Ramirez in the stomach and touched the couple’s kids.
Ramirez, who was 20 weeks pregnant during the flight, told the media:
“That’s when my fianceé just became furious because he put his hands on me and the kid and the dog.”
The fight continued as the two couples departed the plane, and Silvay tackled Manley. Silvay acknowledged in the police report to tackle Timothy, saying he did so to detain him until police arrived.
Petrini Manley said the whole incident was a misunderstanding. She explained that her husband accidentally hit the dog, Silvay and Ramirez didn’t believe them.
No one was arrested in the incident yet. The case is in it the FBI’s hands since the incident started on the plane.
The report stated:
“The FBI was contacted, and a copy of this reported [sic] is provided to them. Hazel does wish to prosecute and will testify in court.”
Check out the video, it surely proves that the dog showed more patience and restrain than some humans.