'Get me out of here!': 'Drunk' woman passenger calls Jet Blue worker a rapist and says she has a gun during epic meltdown at airport

This is the shocking moment a woman erupts into a furious tirade at a member of staff at an airport in front of horrified passengers.
The passenger, who was scheduled to fly on JetBlue on Sunday, launches a furious verbal attack at the staff member standing behind the desk as he tries to call for help. 
Footage, captured at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Florida, shows the female passenger screaming at the staff member after she was denied entry to the plane due to signs of intoxication. 
The clip, which was captured by musician Post Malone's manager Dre London, was later posted on his Instagram page and has since gone viral.
During the video, the unnamed woman launches her body above the desk and screams: 'Who does that to a woman like me. Who?'
As she hoists her body off the ground and onto the JetBlue counter she continues her verbal outburst by calling the staff member a 'rapist' and threatening that she has a gun.
She continues: 'Get me out of here! Get me out of here! I have a f***ing gun on me because I'm homeless!' 
On Instagram, Dre London wrote: 'I wake up this am to my video going viral & many calls including @foxnews.
'So yesterday I was stuck in the airport for 10hrs as #JetBlue flight was canceled due to computer failure. 
'They said we would send another plane from New York but this took many hrs. 
'While in Fort Lauderdale airport everyone remained calm apart from this woman who went crazy on #JetBlue staff called him a rapist & she said she had a gun.'
In a second video posted by Dre London the woman is seen sitting on the ground as a police officer asks her to 'calm down'.  
Following the incident, a JetBlue spokesperson told Yahoo Lifestyle: 'On January 6, crew members at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport requested assistance from local law enforcement after a customer was denied boarding for indications of intoxication and became disruptive.'  

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