An attendant on Flight NK 985 told a deputy on Tuesday that she saw him take a drag from an e-cigarette and exhale into a bag, said Jefferson Parish Sheriff's spokesman Capt. Jason Rivarde. She admonished him. The St. Petersburg, Florida, resident then got up and headed for the restroom, according to a report filed with the sheriff's office. While he was in the bathroom, the plane's smoke alarm went off. When a deputy met the plane at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, the unidentified passenger denied smoking in the restroom, according to the report. He told a deputy he didn't know smoking was prohibited on flights. The passenger was not arrested but he may never again fly with Spirit: The deputy's report said the company banned him for life. "It's a private business that can ban customers at their own leisure," Rivarde said. "It's like telling you not to come back to the restaurant. Once he was on the ground, he was cooperative with our deputies so he didnRead More – Source

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