A JetBlue flight from Boston headed to the Dominican Republic was diverted to Washington D.C. due to an unruly passenger: According to Fox News, JetBlue spokesman "said the Transportation Safety Administration and local law enforcement were notified and the passenger was taken into custody." (No Steven Slater-like antics—it's believed the passenger had an anxiety attack.) In the meantime, on an American Airlines flight between NY and Chicago, a pilot allegedly said, "Flight attendants take great pride in their work. Please respect the job that they do. They are here for your safety first and service second... If they need you to stay put or need your assistance, please obey their orders. When they ask you to sit down, you will sit down."