Drunk Woman on Motorized Suitcase Leads Police Chase in Orlando Airport

A woman who was denied entry on a flight at the Orlando International Airport in Florida was arrested and charged after leading a police officer on a chase while riding a motorized suitcase.

The woman, identified as 32-year-old Chelsea Alston, was reportedly barred from boarding a Southwest Airlines flight from Orlando to New York because she appeared to be intoxicated.

A bodycam video from a responding police officer shows the woman using expletives towards him before riding off on her motorized suitcase like a scooter.

Alston became irate even though the officer remained calm and told her she could get on the next flight if she just took it easy and sobered up a little, says News 6 Orlando.

Instead, she waved a middle finger and cursed at him before riding off. The officer pursued her on his bicycle and caught up to her near a tram. There, he ordered her to leave the secured area and she appears to spit on him.

After the officer and an assisting officer place Alston in handcuffs, it appears she spits on him again and hits him in the eye.

"Stop spitting," he tells here. "I only spit one time," Alston replies.

After Alston was placed in the back of a police car, she reportedly ripped apart the vehicles fabric headliner and defecated on the seat, causing $1,200 in damages.

Alston was charged with battery of a police officer and causing more than $1,000 to a police vehicle. Each charge carries a maximum of five years in prison.

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