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Huffington Risks Plane to Talk on Blackberry

Arianna Huffington, founder of the reliably liberal Huffington Post made the news recently for reportedly getting into an altercation with a flight attendant and a passenger.  While Huffington's spokesman tried to make a joke of the incident, suggesting that maybe the passenger did not like the snacks or Huffington's phone, that passenger has recently come out to the media that Huffington, despite warnings was talking on her cell phone throughout the the taxi and take-off and he feared for his safety.

The story began last weekend when, aboard a United Airlines flight from Washington, D.C. to New York, a passenger became upset after he noticed someone a few rows away using her cell phone after the plane was instructed to turn them off. But the woman, later identified as Huffington, wasn’t just sending a few text messages. According to reports, she was talking on her phone even after the plane took off.

That neighbor was identified as 53-year-old Ellis Belodoff, a small business owner from Long Island, New York. Since the weekend, Beledoff hasn’t spoken to any news outlet. Wednesday that changed. And according to him, he was angry about the callous manner in which Huffington was risking the plane’s safety.

“She was putting the use of her BlackBerry ahead of the safety of the entire plane. It was purely her own self-interest she was concerned with,” Belodoff told the New York Post.

He admitted he didn’t know who Huffington was, but he did know that after repeatedly telling the flight attendant what Huffington was doing, the flight attendant did not address the issue.

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