Viral 'not real' plane lady boards flight for first time since meltdown
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Tiffany Gomas has returned to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for the first time since that viral video.
Gomas then had an outburst on the plane and shouted down the aisle: "I'm telling you right now that motherf***er back there is not real and you can sit on this plane, and you can die with them or not.
"I'm not going to."
Eventually Gomas was escorted off the plane and later accused of shoving the person she blamed for her missing AirPods.
He did not proceed to process charges, however.
Gomas later apologized for her actions and for swearing in front of young passengers on the plane.
“My use of profanity was completely unnecessary, and I want to apologise to everyone on that plane, especially those that had children aboard," she said in a video shared to TikTok.
“We all have our bad moments, um, some are far worse than others, and mine happened to be caught on camera for the whole world to see multiple times."
Gomas continued: "While it has been pretty comical for everyone and I have highly enjoyed so many of the memes, on the flip side it was very invasive and unkind.
"I don’t know what I would do without the love and support of my friends and family."
Now, months on from the ordeal, the 39-year-old has boarded a plane once again.
Chatting to Inside Edition ahead of her flight, Gomas reflected on the July debacle and the viral clip.
“I really tried not to watch [the videos], because it was not good for my mental health at all," she said.
"I had an altercation and it was a really really bad moment, not proud of it at all.
"I feel horrible, horrible for everyone that was on that plane.”
She also admitted that she acted like a 'brat' at the time.
In fact, she spent the flight sending emails and drinking soda.
In recent days, Gomas featured on the Pardon My Take podcast, where she debunked any conspiracy theories about her outburst.
She insisted that her 'that motherf***er isn't real' comment was an 'expression of speech' towards another passenger on the plane, rather than her pointing to an alien or ghost of some sort.
"Conspiracy theories are really good they're really entertaining but no [...] It was not a good look. Not a good situation," Gomas added.