Woman Charged After Flashing Entire Plane

A lady from Philadelphia is facing charges following an incident in November when she reportedly exposed herself in the aisle of a Frontier Airlines jet traveling from Orlando, Florida, to the City of Brotherly Love.

Monday, U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced the arrest and charges against 60-year-old Dulce Huertas, who is accused of indecent exposure, simple assault, and interference with members of the flight crew and attendants.

According to a criminal complaint, Huertas was given two alcoholic beverages on a flight that took place on November 20, 2023.

As the jet was preparing to touch down at Philadelphia International Airport, a flight attendant from Frontier noticed Huertas getting out of her seat and saying she had to “pee.”

After being warned to remain seated, Huertas allegedly started screaming and cursing at the flight attendant. She then sat back down until the plane touched down.

Flight attendants say that Huertas began shouting at passengers before asking another flight attendant to contact security for help with gate arrival. The captain then announced that everyone should stay seated. The Frontier attendants had already warned him about the incident.

According to the lawsuit, Huertas shoved other passengers aside to go to the front of the plane after she arrived at the gate but before the plane’s doors were even opened.

The flight attendants manning the main cabin door allegedly halted Huertas as she reached the front bathroom on the plane. The criminal complaint states that Huertas spoke the words “Sorry, everybody” before lowering herself into a squatting position as if she were about to urinate in the aisle. She didn’t, but exposed herself.

After re-adjusting her underwear and trousers, she cursed at several passengers and persisted in her altercation with flight attendants. She allegedly threatened to kill passengers and knocked against one flight attendant with her stomach.

According to a press statement, Huertas may be fined $355,000, subjected to three years of supervised release, and face a maximum of 21 years and three months in jail if found guilty.