JetBlue flight attendant mad as hell and not gonna take it anymore!

According to media reports, flight attendant Steven Slater was on a Jet Blue flight from Pittsburgh that had landed at JFK in Queens, N.Y., when a passenger got up to retrieve her luggage in the overhead compartment before the flight was at the gate. Slater repeatedly told the passenger to get back in her seat, she cursed him and he is alleged to have been struck in the head with some luggage.
He then went back to the front of the plane and told the passengers what he was thinking. Then, reports say, Slater pulled some beers out of the galley, deployed the emergency slide, after tossing his two carry-on bags on the slide, he followed them to the tarmac.

Slater then walked to the AirTrain, stripped off his company tie and flung it off as bemused passengers watched.

"I wish we could all quit our jobs like that," said passenger Phil Catelinet, 36, of Brooklyn, who was on the flight and the AirTrain.

"He seemed kind of happy about it. He was like, 'I just quit my job.' "

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