A video appears to show a woman slapping a gate agent at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport when she missed her flight.

In a video shared by China Global Television Network in 2017, a woman appears to slap a gate agent at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport.

According to the report, the passenger in question arrived at the airport for her flight to Paris 14 minutes after the gate had closed. When she was told that she had arrived too late, the woman allegedly hit the gate agent in the face three times.

The South China Morning Post reported that the woman was a 36-year-old PhD student in Wuhan that was on her way to an "important conference."

She was detained for 10 days, according to The Daily Mail.

A 76-year-old woman allegedly threw coins into the engine of a Lucky Air flight for good luck.

An AirAsia flight to China returned to Bangkok when a woman reportedly threw scalding hot instant noodles in a flight attendant's face.

According to a statement provided to Reuters, an AirAsia flight had to turn around and head back to Bangkok when a passenger allegedly scalded a flight attendant with instant noodles.

The dispute reportedly started when a woman and her boyfriend realized they were seated separately. The Washington Post reported that they were traveling with a large group and the seats had been arranged in alphabetical order. Crew members eventually found them seats together. But when the woman asked for hot water for instant noodles she'd purchased on the plane, she allegedly threw them at a flight attendant's face.

The flight attendant received first aid while the plane changed course. Upon arriving back in Bangkok, the woman and three other people were escorted off the plane by police, but reached an "amicable conclusion" without criminal charges.

A tourist fell asleep on a luggage carousel at Rome's Fiumicino Airport and went through the X-ray scanner.

A man on a China Southern Airlines flight reportedly said, "The door is not important" when he opened it before takeoff in 2015 and delayed the flight for an hour.

In a statement to the South China Morning Post, China Southern Airlines said that a man opened the emergency door of a plane before takeoff on a flight from Nanjing to Nanning.

When people asked him why, he reportedly replied that, "The door is not important."

Police at Nanjing Lukou International Airport jailed him for 10 days.

A man snuck onto an empty plane after stealing over $50 worth of food from an airport cafe in Birmingham, Alabama.

According to reports, a man opened the emergency exit door as a Urumqi Airlines flight was preparing to take off.

In yet another door-related incident, a first-time flyer allegedly opened the emergency exit door to get some fresh air on a Hainan Airlines flight in 2016.

A 30-year-old man who was flying for the first time thought that opening the plane's emergency exit door before takeoff was a good way to avoid air sickness, according to the South China Morning Post.

According to the report, a flight attendant alerted the captain after feeling wind on her face before takeoff and saw the door fully open. The flight from Shenzhen to Shenyang was reportedly delayed for nearly an hour as the man was removed from the plane, arrested, and fined.

A United Airlines flight to Hong Kong was diverted to Alaska when a passenger smeared feces all over the bathroom walls.

A United Airlines flight traveling from Chicago to Hong Kong was diverted to Alaska when a man reportedly spread feces all over the plane's bathroom walls, according to KTVA. He also allegedly removed his shirt and tried to stuff it in one of the plane's toilets.

The man was taken to Providence Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

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