According to an FBI affidavit, Michael Allen Haag, 45, set a new low for unruly passengers. The Colorado man is accused of first groping women on a flight and then, when moved to a new row, urinated on the seat in front of him — as captured by another passenger. Ironically, this was a Frontier flight from Colorado less than a week after another Frontier passenger on a flight from Colorado punched a service dog in the head and a deaf pregnant woman in the stomach.
Haag is accused of drinking double vodka and tonics on the flight. He reportedly told a woman next to him that he was on his way to see an old girlfriend and was “physically excited.” He then allegedly touched a woman who was sleeping next to him. He was moved to the rear of the plane where he “started urinating on the seat in front of him.”
He was removed by Charleston Aviation Authority Police Department, but as with the earlier Frontier airlines controversy, the conduct on an airplane left jurisdiction in the hands of the federal government.
He was later charged in a U.S. District Court complaint of interfering with flight crew members and obscene or indecent exposure of genitals.