Scott Disick Annoys Fellow Passengers On Southwest Flight On Sunday
Scott Disick annoyed his fellow passengers on a Southwest flight on Sunday en route to Long Island's MacArthur Airport, the New York Post reports on Page Six.
The Kardashian baby daddy was flying from Chicago to Long Island for a party in the Hamptons.
A fellow flier, Jeff Glass, told the Post that Disick was in such a rush to get to local hotspot Dune that he "refused to wait in line [to board] . . . and tried to cut ahead of a young couple holding twin babies. He then tried to cut in front of an older man who said, 'Who is this schmuck?' He offered $20 to the gate attendant to let him on ahead of everyone else."
A flight attendant reportedly yelled at Disick repeatedly, who blamed his secretary for having to wait.
Naturally, one flight attendant was so "star-struck" that an emergency exit row was saved for Disick.
Disick's rep told the paper: "He never offered any bribes and didn't cut in front of a couple with twins. Yes, a flight lady did save him an exit row because she was a fan. The flight had an emergency landing in Detroit, and Southwest had to find another plane and it took 10 hours to get to New York."
UPDATE: Our previous report that his flight, Southwest #1208, was not diverted proved false after confirmation from a Southwest spokeswoman. The flight was delayed in Chicago due to thunderstorms in the area, and then diverted to Detroit due to a mechanical issue. Though the ordeal, between the weather and the diversion, did add 5 hours to the trip, it did not take 10 hours to reach its final destination of Long Island, as stated by Disick's rep. A Southwest rep also told AOL Travel that an email was sent to all passengers on board apologizing for the delay.
No matter, Disick clearly had a good time once he got to the Hamptons, as his girlfriend and baby mama Kourtney tweeted that she was heading home from a birthday celebration.
Meanwhile, his maybe future sister-in-law, Kim, got engaged last week. Check out coverage of the multi-million dollar engagement below.
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