Boca Raton Woman Diverts Delta Flight, Once Ran Pet Photo Business

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Shocker. It was a Boca Raton woman who diverted a Delta flight because someone reclined the seat in front of her.

Amy C. Fine, 52,  who lives on Melbourne Lane in Boca West once ran the creatively named “Bark-A-Raton” pet photography business. Now, she’s laying low, ignoring requests from media for an explanation as to what allegedly set her off on the — shocker — NYC to West Palm Beach Flight.

Fine was escorted from the plane by police in Jacksonville after she allegedly told flight attendants she needed to get off. No charges were filed. She was walked to the rental car facility.

We should note that Fine has no record in Palm Beach County for pretty much anything — sans a speeding ticket more than a decade ago. She owns her condo. She’s never been arrested. Probably should stay out of coach seating in the future.

 

 

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