Woman kicked off from plane for spitting at passenger, hitting cabin crew

NBC 6 exclusively obtained footage of a baby being born aboard a Jet Blue flight from Puerto Rico to Ft. Lauderdale

NBC 6 exclusively obtained footage of a baby being born aboard a Jet Blue flight from Puerto Rico to Ft. Lauderdale

"Born to be Blue" is the name of a JetBlue plane but it's quite fitting after a baby boy was born on that jet during a flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

"We'd like to thank the crew and medical professionals on board for their quick action under pressure, and wish the new mother and son all the best", a statement to the Miami Herald read.

A member of JetBlue's ground operations, Yaqui Ramos, shared photos of the crew and the newborn boy after the flight landed.

And even with the new baby on board, the plane arrived 11 minutes early.

The image show Broward County paramedics looking after the tiny baby in the jetway bridge at the airport.

"Thank you to our wonderful IF crew and Angie AO Leader for suprising (sic) and delight this new mom!#Culturepic", the tweet concluded.

She also spat at police officers, telling them: "I'm not sitting next to a f*****g three-year-old, I've been drinking all day". "More baby shower gifts to come!" the airline posted on Twitter on Saturday about the flight Friday night.

She became very upset when she found out that she was supposed to sit next to a three-year-old toddler. With mom's okay, we'd like to rename "Born To Be Blue" after our newest baby blue and our youngest customer ever, ' JetBlue Airways tweeted.

According to an arrest report, Gonzalez said: 'I'm not sitting next to a f***ing 3-year-old.

The child's mother can then be heard saying, off-camera, "Did she just spit on you?" before a child can be heard replying: "Yes". So much so that she had to be restrained and wheeled out of there by security personnel.

Gonzalez then got up and moved to an unassigned seat, at which point passengers brought out their phones and started to film her.

Gonzalez was arrested at the Florida airport and charged with battery. Local law enforcement was called and the customer was removed from the flight.

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