“I’m French, f*** you!”

When Lebrun–screaming, yelling, and smelling of “cigarettes and alcohol”–got into a fighting stance opposite an air marshal (one of three on the transatlantic flight), he was handcuffed and moved to the rear of the airplane. During the trip, Ambrisco noted, Lebrun had been “speaking in a confrontational manner using expletives in English and made other comments in French.”