An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in North Carolina on Wednesday after a “unruly” woman in first class allegedly tried to breach the cockpit because she was upset about not being served a drink.

Who is Tiffany Miles? Flight makes emergency landing after American Airlines passenger charges cockpit demanding a drink
Tiffany Miles, 36, was charged with a misdemeanor after she allegedly tried to breach the cockpit of an American Airlines flight from Jacksonville, Florida, to Washington, DC.

American Eagle Flight 3444 from Jacksonville, Florida, to Washington, DC, was diverted to Raleigh-Durham International Airport around 3:40 p.m. “due to a security concern involving an unruly customer,” the airline said in a statement.

Tiffany Miles, 36, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge and released on bond, according to CNN, citing the Raleigh/Wake City-County Bureau of Identification.

In radio transmissions from Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority Police, officers are heard saying Miles “tried to breach the cockpit” and was “being somewhat restrained by the flight crew and other passengers,” according to CNN.

The Federal Aviation Administration said she charged at the cockpit door.

Passenger Kara Rosario told ABC 11 that Miles was getting upset when she wasn’t being served her drink.

She said another passenger got up to help the flight attendants as they tried to calm the woman down.