Let's be clear: Amber Robillard said she didn't mean to put a loaded handgun
into her carry-on bag. The flight attendant
– keeper of order, safety and beverage cart service ... not to mention explainer of the rules – says she accidentally packed heat, without a license, when she went to Indianapolis International Airport.
It's all a big mistake.
On June 4, Robillard was charged with carrying a handgun without a license, in addition to "entering a controlled area in an airport with a weapon," according to the Associated Press
. The AP further explains:
Court records say the 39-year-old told police she mistakenly picked up a bag containing her gun during a trip to Indianapolis. Inspectors found the gun in her bag when she arrived at the city's airport to work on a Delta Air Lines
flight to Atlanta
Yeah, she took her gun to work – with an airline. Genius. Next time this flight attendant tells you to turn off your Kindle
, how much credibility will she have?
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