A naked woman high on mushrooms wrapped her legs around one male passenger, slapped two cops, and assaulted a female passenger before being arrested. Just another day at the airport…
Naked Woman Attacks Passengers, Police After Ingesting Mushrooms
The incident took place at Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport outside of Santiago, Chile last Thursday. According to local media reports, the woman went to a party where she consumed liquor and consumed so-called “magic mushrooms.”
Then, she decided to travel across town to the airport. Video captured from several angles shows her grabbing a woman by her hair and slamming her to the ground. She also jumped on a male passenger who had just arrived and appeared to hug and kiss him.
Two police officers tried to calmly arrest her, but she attacked them as well. Eventually, she was subdued after slamming the other woman, covered, and led away, though not before she ran through several more areas of the airport, screaming “I hate you!” at the top of her lungs. During this time she also managed to slap the police officers in the face.
🇨🇱Santiago Airport, Chile. A naked woman walks through the airport and begins attacking passengers at the airport. pic.twitter.com/86TVDeF4v9
— Shepherd (@YvesUitGent) November 19, 2023
She was arrested and faces criminal charges, though her identity has not been released.
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Magic mushrooms seem to be catching on.
I was recently at the gym and a dude who has been going through a lot lately opened up a bag of magic mushrooms, ingested one, then offered me. I firmly declined.
Then a few days later the Alaska Airlines 2059 incident occurred, also involving magic mushrooms. There, an off-duty Alaska Airlines pilots who was also tripping on mushrooms had a hallucinogenic episode in which he claimed he was dreaming and deliberatly tried to crash teh aircraft in order to “wake up.” He now faces 83 counts of attempted murder.
This case in Chile won’t result in murder charges, but it seems to be a stark (naked) reminder to me that mushrooms are probably best to be avoided…