Flight attendant arrested and sacked for being 'wasted' on the job

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Passengers reported seeing flight attendant Julianne March, 49, having trouble balancing and not getting up during the flight.

Julianne March, 49, from Wisconsin in the United States, was arrested following her reportedly abysmal attempt to service a flight travelling from Chicago to in on August 2.

The document also said she denied taking any medications prior to the flight, and told officers she consumed two "vodka shooters" before her shift. Her blood alcohol level was found to be twice the legal limit.

Officers reportedly asked a crying March which city she was in and she replied she was in Chicago.

Scherb also alleged to ABC News that March "appeared to pass out for almost the whole flight".

The flight attendant, Julianne March, was charged with misdemeanor intoxication.

"All the passengers seem to recognize it too".

A flight attendant on a United Airlines flight on Aug 2 caused a stir when she apparently passed out drunk before takeoff, the New York Post reports.

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"We expect our regional carriers to take appropriate action as required when issues like these happen with their employees", a United Airlines spokesperson told the network.

According to the South Bend Tribune, the incident occurred on a flight between Chicago and South Bend, Indiana on August 2. 2 about the incident, saying the flight attendant exhibited behaviour that she suggested was drunk.

Passengers reported that March refused to make eye contact with them as they boarded the plane.

She was released on her own recognizance, and an initial hearing is scheduled for August 29.

"We will continue to cooperate with local authorities and assist them as necessary", the statement added.

March was a probationary flight attendant and had been working only a few months.

United Airlines and Air Wisconsin did not respond to the Daily News for comment.

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