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A Montana airport employee called Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) police after an argument Sunday over a missed flight.
Ted Cruz reportedly confronted an airport employee after missing a check-in window for his flight from Bozman.
The employee called an officer to deal with Ted Cruz.
The Daily Mail reports:
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was involved in a scuffle with Montana airport staff that became so heated that law enforcement had to get involved, a new video showed Sunday.
Cruz was spotted at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport shortly after noon on Sunday, apparently annoyed by his missed flight, according to a Reddit user who shared the first short clip.
The user who posted the video claimed Cruz said, “Do you know who I am?”
An airport representative confirmed to DailyMail.com that a “frustrated” cruise had missed its flight check-in window and that re-booking options were “limited outside Bozman due to the spring break.”
Scott Humphrey, deputy director of Bozeman Airport, said the cruise was able to book again and depart later that evening.
Bozman’s deputy director told the Daily Mail.com that the officer who spoke to Cruz had no idea who he was until after the incident.
‘One of our Public Safety Officers (PSOs) was in the ticket lobby and was asked to assist a frustrated passenger at the United ticket counter (which is not uncommon). The passenger missed the check-in window of his flight and due to the spring break the options for re-booking outside Bozman were limited, ‘said Humphrey.
‘Once the travel options were explained to the passenger, he was re-booked and Bozeman was released later that evening. Our PSO did not realize that he was dealing with Senator Cruz until this incident happened. If you need more information, please contact United Airlines. ‘
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