Queens Landlady Of JetBlue Pilot Shocked Over Apparent Meltdown, Calls Him ‘A Great Guy’

March 28, 2012 12:00 AM

Queens Landlady Of JetBlue Pilot Shocked Over Apparent Meltdown, Calls Him ‘A Great Guy’
" NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Queens landlady of the JetBlue pilot, who was tackled by passengers after having an apparent meltdown during a flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Las Vegas, said Wednesday she’s sick about what happened and called him “a gentleman.”

WCBS 880′s Paul Murnane reports 

Wanda Serra, 83, said she’s rented the top floor of a home on 150th Avenue in South Ozone Park near JFK to pilot Clayton Osbon for nearly a decade. Osbon lives in Richmond Hill, Ga., but because he flies out of JFK so often, he stays at the Queens apartment during layovers between flights and shares it with four other pilots.

“I can’t understand this,” Serra told WCBS 880′s Paul Murnane. “He wouldn’t live here if he did anything like this. He’s a gentleman.”

Serra said Osbon is like a son to her.

“I love him, he’s a great guy,” she said. ”He never hurt nobody, never. It’s unbelievable how something like this could happen.”

Osbon was often seen tossing around the football and watching Giants games, which is why neighbors in Queens said they can’t recall any indication that such an apparent breakdown was possible "

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