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Airport Altercation at Reagan National

by ARLnow.com — June 27, 2011 at 2:29 pm 3,597 11 Comments

Two women were involved in an unusual altercation in Terminal A of Reagan National Airport this morning.

The alleged scuffle started around 8:40 a.m. when one of the women inadvertently struck the other with a suitcase, according to airport spokeswoman Courtney Mickalonis. The woman who was holding the suitcase later told airport police that the woman she struck then stood up and hit her several times.

While airport police were escorting the suitcase holder to the Arlington County Magistrate’s Office to swear a warrant against the other woman, the alleged attacker claimed that she was injured, Mickalonis said. Arlington County paramedics were called to treat her.

No word yet on whether any charges will be filed in connection to the altercation.

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  • Rosslynite

    CAT FIGHT! rrrrrrrrrrr.

    • Webster

      Peterman: Well, I see what’s going on in here. I am smack dab in the middle of a good old fashioned cat fight.

      Elaine: Mr. Peterman, this is not a cat fight. This is violent psychotic behavior directed at me all because I told her to swing her arms.

      Peterman: Woof!

      Elaine: Do you mean “reer?”

      Peterman: Yes, that’s the one! Good day Elaine.

      • Tabby

        Exactly.

  • Kathy

    Slow news day in Arlington!

    • Webster

      Need to drum up some Arlington excitement to compete with the fiasco going on in Falls Church.

  • The Dope of South Arlington

    Ghetto biatches.

  • R

    Keep that nonsense at the Greyhound station ladies.

    • Tabby

      Who gets stressed out at DCA? Dulles, sure. JFK, bigtime. But DCA is like a gentle breeze.

  • enna

    @Tabby:
    +1.
    DCA is one of the most serene airport experiences one can have!
    (PTY ranks high too!).

  • YTK

    And I suppose if it had been two men involved in that altercation, they too would have been biatches engaged in a cat-fight, right???

    • Sergeant Hulka

      Lighten up, Francis.

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