TUCSON, AZ - Frank Jefferson was surprised when he was hauled off a recent Southwest Airlines flight out of Tucson. After all, he was just sharing his top love language with an attractive flight attendant.
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TUCSON, AZ – Frank Jefferson was surprised when he was hauled off a recent Southwest Airlines flight out of Tucson. After all, he was just sharing his top love language with an attractive flight attendant.


Jefferson, a 43-year-old accountant, was actually quite a bit shocked when the flight attendant didn’t understand what he was talking about it. He was even more shocked when he was asked to leave the plane by 2 uniformed police officers.

Jefferson had started chatting up the young woman in the aft galley after a lengthy gate delay. After getting up to use the restroom, Jefferson started to chat with the flight attendant, telling her about some of his recent therapy sessions.

The recently divorced man told her about his latest epiphany: love languages. As he explained the premise of the New York Times Bestseller “The 5 Love Languages” he proudly proclaimed that it was words of encouragement.

As he was hauled off the plane, Jefferson was heard shouting, “It’s just words of encouragement. It’s not like it was physical touch. Come on! Stupid therapy!”


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